7 training courses found
This course combines participation in skills practice sessions with group discussion and tutor-led discussion covering all main areas of intermediate level counselling skills. A particular emphasis is given to competent ethical practice in a helping role, led by self-awareness, accountability and a solid foundation of respect for the client.
This course combines participation in skills practice sessions with group discussion and tutor-led discussion covering all main areas of initial counselling skills. A particular emphasis is given to competent ethical practice in a helping role, led by self-awareness, accountability and a solid foundation of respect for the client.
COURSE CONTENT The course includes 7 Learning Outcomes covering all main areas relevant to the study of initial counselling skills and uses CPCAB’s 7 parallel processes. Prepare to work within an ethical framework for counselling Understand the counselling relationship Understand difference and diversity issues to develop empathic understanding Work within a user-centred approach to counselling Use counselling theory to develop self-awareness in counselling practice Understand theories of counselling and mental health Use feedback, reflection and supervision to support counselling studies COURSE SUMMARY The course lasts for 30 weeks, 3 hours each week 90 guided learning hours will take place at Ocean Quay This is a Level 3 course and provides candidates with 20 credits Progression is available to the Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling No personal therapy or placement practice is required to complete this course £750 course fees – 24+ Advanced Learning Loans are available, please contact us for more information.
COURSE CONTENT · Working ethically, safely and professionally as a counsellor · Working within a counselling relationship · Working with client diversity in counselling work · Working within a user-centred approach to counselling · Working with self-awareness in the counselling process · Working within a coherent framework of counselling theory and skills · Working self-reflectively as a counsellor Assessment of the course is by Portfolio and an externally assessed written paper after watching a recording of own practice.
This course aims to provide individuals with a basic knowledge of motivational interviewing, which can be applied in the workplace. Motivational interviewing is a successful and popular counselling style whose application has spread far beyond a traditional counselling setting.
Organisation and group bookings only. This course includes 5 learning outcomes covering all main areas relevant to the study of brief intervention skills: supporting individuals who have used substances, identify people appropriate for brief interventions, understand how to offer harm reduction advice and guidance, understand the principles of motivational engagement and support individuals to reduce substance use.
This workshop provides basic drug and alcohol awareness, focusing on drug types, causes and effects, health issues and withdrawal effects. It also includes referral information on agencies that specialise in drug and alcohol treatment.