Associate counsellor programme

01453 766 310 01453 766 310
Ongoing
Counsellors and trainees
£1,400 full prog, £750: supervision only, £750: seminars only
Gloucestershire Counselling Service, Alma House, 52/53 High Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 1AP


The associate counsellor programme
is a unique programme for qualified counsellors who work in the psychodynamic or psychoanalytic traditions, designed to further develop a range of skills and capacities that are important in moving towards independent practice or working in an organisation. Applicants should have achieved a Diploma-level qualification with significant clinical experience.

The programme runs for 12 months beginning in September 2017. Successful applicants will become GCS Associate Counsellors and gain invaluable experience working within a well-established counselling service.

Associate Counsellors will have the opportunity to work with a range of clients and presenting problems. Weekly (42 weeks per year) clinical supervision is provided as part of the programme. Associate counsellors will also attend a seminar programme that is designed to develop skills and capabilities and increase awareness of what it means to be a professional counsellor.

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GCS is experienced in working with counsellors seeking professional accreditation. The supervised clinical placement allows counsellors to gain the client hours for accreditation by BACP. GCS is BPC accredited as a ‘gate-keeper’ of professional standards. On completion of this course, associate counsellors will be proposed by to BPC as registrants.

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