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Advanced Counselling Skills

Course Overview

The advanced counselling course will enable you to develop the knowledge needed to work with these issues and to understand their underlying causes, discussing development and attachment theories in light of this. The course provides a detailed exploration of the different models of therapy and discusses the necessary communication skills such as empathy, genuineness and listening, which are vital in effective practice. The course also addresses issues of values, anti-oppressive practice as well as the impact of regulation and how this is likely to affect the counselling profession.

Previous experience required: Minimum of a Level 3 or 4 in Counseling and Psychotherapy, or have completed a 10 day Introduction to Counseling course.

Course level: Level 4 NCFE
Study hours: 100
Length of course: 12 months
Tutor Support: 12 months (can be extended)
Tutor marked assignments: Yes
Final exam: No
Instalment plan available: Yes 



Course Outline

Models of Therapy


Analytic Psychology
Psychoanalytic psychology
Humanistic psychology
Cognitive Approach 


Types of Therapy


Person centred therapy
Cognitive behaviour therapy
Schema therapy
Acceptance and commitment therapy
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

Working as a counsellor


Working in various settings
Effective Communication
Barriers to communication
Communicating with children
Clarification and challenge
Goal setting
Being assertive
Good practice
Safety within therapy sessions
Monitoring Progress
Promoting compliance with homework tasks
Group Work
Working with specific issues

Crisis work


Self harm

Values and Anti-Oppressive Practice


Ethics and Dilemmas
Good Practice

Setting up a private practice


Professional Witness / Expert in Court



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