Working with Children & Young People CPD Diploma - National Counselling Society Quality Checked Course
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Due to the popularity of this course we have two intakes for the next academic year, the first one starts 14th September 2019 the second one 29th February 2020, they are both on Saturdays
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 continuing professional development (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
Counselling Supervision Diploma - National Counselling Society Advanced Specialist Course
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
The classroom course is 30 classroom hours plus 20 home study hours taught over 6 Saturdays
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Diploma
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 available to counsellors qualified to a minimum level 4 Diploma in counselling qualification
This course is taught over 8 Saturdays and comprises 60 hours (48 classroom learning and 12 home study)
Creative Therapy CPD Diploma
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.
Working with Adult Survivors of Abuse Certificate
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.