BA in counselling and psychotherapy and diploma HE in counselling

01245 359 353 01245 359 353
30th November -0001, 12.00am - 12.00am
Counsellors and trainees
Sadlers House, 2 Legg Street, Chelmsford, CM1 1AH

Our exciting course is designed for qualified counsellors and psychotherapists to top up their training from diploma to a full BA (hons) and engage in practical research. You’ll develop your skills, knowledge, clinical practice and enhance employability with a choice of two specialist routes: counselling adults or counselling children and young people. 
This is a vibrant course designed to challenge you professionally, personally and academically.

Duration: One year, one day per week.

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Diploma HE in counselling (child and young person)

Become a professional counsellor who specialises in working with children and young people. Studying at Renew Counselling in Chelmsford, you’ll get modern, specialist clinical training in an exciting and authentic environment. Trainees will undertake a clinical placement with supervision provided by Renew. The course has been developed alongside the BACP competencies, enhancing employability. Our course structure enables most students to continue with work commitments.

Duration: four years, one day per week

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Both courses are run at Training at Renew Counselling, Sadlers House, 2 Legg St.  Chelmsford.

For more information contact: Joan Bradshaw 01245 264348 or

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Hosted by Renew Counselling

Renew counselling in association with Anglia Ruskin University has been delivering training for approximately 15 years. All of our academic staff are qualified lecturers and practicing counsellor/psychotherapists. Most of them are BACP accredited or workings towards accreditation.


Hosted by Renew Counselling

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