A professional practice counselling course, which aims to assist students working towards professional accreditation.
Study Counselling and Therapeutic Communication with Professional Practice at Ulster University in the United Kingdom.
This stand-alone PgCert Counselling and Therapeutic Communication with Professional Practice course has been designed to contribute to the educational requirements of those working towards professional accreditation. The course aims to recruit counsellors who are already working in a practice context towards professional accreditation. The course consists of two supervised practice modules, wherein students are expected to complete 100 supervised client-contact hours.
A central strength of the course is the teaching team, consisting of academics with both practice and research experience in counselling. Staff members ensure that the content of the course is continually updated based on innovations in practice and research.
The course provides:
Structured Continuing Professional Development opportunities for individuals who practice counselling in a range of contexts.
Flexibility through optional study to allow students to pursue specialist areas of interest.
A good balance of theoretical and skills training relevant to student need.
A well balanced grounding in the theoretical and practical study of communication in the applied counselling context.
An understanding of key contextual areas relevant to students work experience and the ability to evaluate their own professional practice.
Work placement / study abroad
In order to meet professional and academic requirments student must complete 100 hour clinical placement -supervised client-contact hours.