This course is perfect if you are interested in self-help or helping others and considering a career in counselling or supporting people to cope with challenges in their lives.
You will learn about core counselling skills and how they can help you in your relationships, both work-related and personal. You will gain an understanding of counselling theory and will be able to explain the key elements of each and when they might be appropriate. For example: Person-Centred Theory, Cognitive Behavioural Theory, and Psychodynamic Theory.
You will explore ethics and diversity in counselling and learn about yourself and your beliefs, as you develop ideas on how personal development links to counselling. Central to your development on the course, is the opportunity to explore real situations that you may have encountered, and to share your thoughts and ideas with your peers.
You can expect a welcoming and safe classroom with support, to discover strategies and theories of developing helping relationships.
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NCFE Level 2 Certificate - Counselling Skills
You must be aged 19+ and have a Level 1 English qualification.
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Your knowledge will be assessed via the following methods:
NCFE Level 2 Certificate – Understanding Children & Young People’s Mental Health