Special circumstances can require specialist training. These counselling professional development courses are aimed at counsellors, other helping professionals and trainees. Further your knowledge and understanding with these helpful classes that focus on specific, often demanding topics and aspects of therapy. From working with autism to dealing with addiction, learn how to provide effective counselling in the face of complicated and testing situations.
This course covers working with survivors and perpetrators of domestic abuse. We'll explore themes such as co-dependency, anger management, risk assessment and the appropriateness of couple counselling. Suitable for counsellors, trainees and other helping professionals. This course is aimed at counsellors, other helping professionals and trainees. It is not aimed at people seeking help for the specific course subjects.
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) has two major goals: acceptance of experience that is out of personal control and taking committed action towards living a valued life. Explore this mindfulness based approach through practice, theory and discussion in relation to personal and professional issues. This course is aimed at counsellors, other helping professionals and trainees.
Develop your skills in leading groups through this exploration of facilitator styles, group roles, interventions, stages of group development and hidden dynamics. Experiential and theory based. This course is aimed at counsellors, other helping professionals and trainees.
This is for people who have already done the introductory level course in Systemic/Family Constellations or the equivalent and who want to experience more variety of work, different types of constellations and increasing depth of work.
Focusing is a powerful process of inner knowing and transformation devised by Eugene Gendlin, a colleague of Carl Rogers. Explore how it can help access intuitive gut knowing. This course is aimed at counsellors, other helping professionals and trainees.
Expand your knowledge and understanding of cognitive behavioural therapy and learn some basic skills to help you decide for yourself whether you want to make use of it in your own practice. Please note this course is exempt from our standard refund policy. This course is aimed at counsellors and therapists - please note this is not meant as a substitute for personal therapy and is not suitable for those who are not trainee or practising psychological counsellors or therapists.
*There will be no class on Thursday 15th February 2018. This course is aimed at counsellors and therapists.
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