Level 5 diploma in trauma counselling (CPCAB accredited)
The course approach combines theoretical study, practical skills training, self-awareness, and personal development work.
This course has been designed to equip counsellors to recognise, assess and work with trauma more effectively in their clinical practice, including single, complex, and developmental trauma, and the effect of attachment injury. Students will be taught a range of trauma theory and associated skills based on the three-phase trauma model. The course will provide opportunities to learn and develop skills using an integrative model of trauma, including working somatically and with dissociation.
Additional themes covered in the course will be;
- somatic work
- attachment theory
- symptom reduction
What does the course involve?
- attending the training session each month
- maintaining a reflective journal of progress and self-awareness
- attending termly tutorials with a personal tutor
- completing a range of assignments including a case presentation, case study and an essay
- reading the book/s from the required reading list
- completion of a portfolio of written work
- completion of a minimum of 50hrs of supervised clinical practice with trauma clients
- completion of 10 hours of personal counselling
* The course will require an additional time commitment for study, reading, research, and written work, in addition to attending the training session each week.
For an application form and further information, please contact Denise Brent, Training Manager, on 01793 426 650, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further details, visit - https://www.willowscounselling.org.uk/counsellor-training-courses