L4 diploma in therapeutic counselling
Welcome to Maple Leaf training services and the CPCAB course in diploma in therapeutic counselling (level four). CPCAB is a UK awarding body that is managed by professional counsellors, trainers and supervisors. Now in their 21st year of operation, they are the only awarding body in Europe that specialise in the field of counselling. They are one of the largest awarding bodies in this field, with around 160 recognised training centres across the UK.
This two-year course is designed for students who wish to train to become a counsellor working in a counselling service agency. Successful completion of this course means that you will be able to provide a therapeutic counselling service within the context of an agency’s service framework.
How long will the course last?
The course will be delivered once a week over 72 weeks (two years), 420 guided learning hours. Term time - each session will last for five hours.
Training cost – year one: £2,000.00. Training cost – year two: £2,000.00.
In addition, CPCAB registration fee each year
Candidates must have acquired both CPCAB’s level two certificate in counselling skills (CSKL2) and CPCAB’s level three certificate in counselling studies (CSTL3), or their RPL (recognised prior learning) equivalent.
Minimum age is 19 years.
This course consists of seven mandatory units:
Working ethically, safely and professionally as a counsellor.
Working within a counselling relationship.
Working with client diversity in counselling work.
Working within a user-centred approach to counselling.
Working with self-awareness in the counselling process.
Working within a coherent framework of counselling theory and skills.
Working self-reflectively as a counsellor.
Our course is a fun course based on a humanistic approach and including many integrative theories. The emphasis is on working with a humanistic core model and exploring the integration of theory, research, practice and self-awareness.
This qualification is not suitable for those who are currently in a state of severe emotional difficulty or severe psychological confusion as the course involves some personal disclosure and associated personal development activities.
The integrative counselling aspect explores, challenges and compares contemporary theories to life. It also addresses the thinking, feeling and behavioural aspects of human functioning.
The integrative perspective draws from a range of theoretical orientations including person-centred, psychoanalytic, adlerian, existential, gestalt, transaction analysis and cognitive behavioural therapy.
The course is designed to help develop and train counsellors to become competent and ethically-sound practitioners working within an agency setting.
Please call for more information on 01564 702105 or send for an application form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the host
There are two qualified tutors with a wide range of experience of counselling, supervising and training delivering this level four course. Please see my profile under Gail Roberts Solihull.