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Working with Children and young people CPD Diploma

This course is availble classroom and distance learning
The objective of this course is to provide the tools for counselling and helping children and young people to deal with the many issues they have to face in this modern world. The course is continuong professional developme (CPD) and is suitable for people in the helping and teaching professions as well as counsellors that wish to add to their skills set. This is a practical hands on course that allows the participants to practice the skills. The course briefly comprises

  • Play Therapy
  • Sand Tray Work
  • Puppets and Russian doll work
  • Self- Esteem
  • Bereavement
  • Anger and Stress Management
  • OCD
  • Engaging the family
  • Safeguarding
  • Age differences
  • Working with CBT
  • Working with Adult Survivors of Abuse Certificate
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Diploma
    The classroom course is 36 hours taught over 6 Saturdays
    This course is also available for distance learning with a different structure and requiring more written assignments.





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    Creative Therapy CPD Diploma


    This course is available classroom only
    Course Content

    The objective of this course is to provide the student with the information and tools to work with clients in a creative way. Clients will often find it difficult to find words to express their feelings, this can be language barriers, sensory issues or they may be too emotionally distressed to put their feeling into words. When this happens as counsellors, we need the tools at our displosal to help the client. Everyone has a degree of creativity within them, this doesn't mean you have to be artistic as the there are many ways to be creative. During this course you will not only learn how to use a variety of creative tools, you will also experience the power of this work yourself, which is essential if you are to use the tools with your clients.
    Overview

  • Bridge from theory to practice
  • Childhood
  • Client art interpreted
  • Defence mechanisms
  • Dreams and aspirations
  • Endings
  • Epiphany
  • Expressing the unconscious
  • Flash cards and objects
  • Imagery exercises
  • Language barriers
  • Negative visualisations
  • Road signs and the client path
  • Scenarios for conditions and illnesses
  • The essence of the client
  • The three stages of visualisation
  • Translating colour
  • Why art heals
  • Window of the inner world



  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Skills Diploma


    This course is availble classroom and distance learning
    Course Content

    The objective of this course is to provide the student with the information and tools to either integrate CBT into their therapeutic work enable them to assist the client appropriately to address issues, set goals and move forward positively with their lives. This course is suitable for students qualified to a minimum level 3 counselling qualification and qualified Counsellors wishing to enhance their practice

  • CBT Framework
  • Attributional Therapy
  • Stress inoculation Therapy
  • REBT
  • Coaching and Goal Setting
  • Understanding the application
  • Cognitive dissonance and restructuring
  • Thinking Errors - Client Homework
  • CBT for Depression/Anxiety/Phobias
  • Working with Learned Behaviour & Core Beliefs
  • Client Homework
    The classroom course is 36 hours taught over 6 Saturdays
    This course is also available for distance learning with a different structure and requiring more written assignments.



  • Supervision Diploma

    The objective of this course is to provide the student with the information and tools to work effectively in the role of supervisor, helping both qualified and trainee counsellors work safely and effectively
    This course is available for counsellors with a minimum of 500 face to face counselling hours or holding a minimum level 4 Counselling Diploma for at least 3 years

  • Working in accordance with your own definition of supervision
  • Values, assumptions and philosophy
  • Initiating your own style
  • Values and beliefs
  • Boundaries between counselling and supervision
  • Codes of ethics and motivations for supervising
  • Confidence and leadership ability
  • Internalised values and assumptions
  • Developing a working culture
  • The working agreement/The session/Evaluating & being
  • Exploring, challenge and new perspectives
  • Speaking the unspoken
  • Set up and present a practice professionally
  • Purposes, tasks, roles and responsibilities

    The classroom course is 18 plus home study hours taught over 3 Saturdays
    This course is also available for distance learning with a different structure and requiring more written assignments.



  • Working with Adult Survivors of Abuse Certificate

    This course is avaialble classroom and distance learning

  • Disclosure and non-disclosure in the therapy room from both the perspective of the client and the counsellor
  • Retrieving repressed memories
  • Understanding the damage done to children by toxic parents
  • Physical Abuse - Sometimes the bruises are the outside too. So why do parents beat their children?
  • Verbal abuse
    This is more difficult for people to see and accept as wrong. Some parents verbally abuse their children so often that they see it as “normal”. This is bullying however you put it. If you think of bullying you have verbal abuse at its worst.
  • Sexual Abuse – the ultimate betrayal
  • Re-Parenting
  • The 4 stages of this work to build a relationship with the inner child
  • The abused client’s belief system
  • Working with abused clients in therapy
  • letter writing stages of therapy
  • Working with Russian Dolls and puppets
  • Issues that are still affecting the client after the work

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