Online couples training for qualified counsellors

07769 976 620 07769 976 620
13th - 27th May 2022, 10.00am - 4.30pm
Counsellors and trainees
Early bird offer of £800 inc vat afterwards £900 inc VAT
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Add couples counselling to your practice with this eight-day course that is designed to help you work safely and effectively with couples. Over 180 therapists have been successfully trained over the last eight years.

This course will suit anyone who already is a qualified practitioner (Level 4 minimum) and with experience of the counselling process (more than 150 hours preferred - training placement hours can be counted) and is looking to extend their knowledge and experience of working in the interesting, demanding and fascinating world of couples counselling.

It will not only build on your counselling knowledge in general but also on the practical and theoretical aspects of working with the couple dynamic.

You will develop the skills needed to offer couples counselling sessions which will help the couple to engage with and understand their contract, responsibilities, role, requirements and goals and to make changes in their relationships that create lasting change in how they relate to and feel about each other.

Once you have completed the training, you will be suitably qualified to deliver couples counselling sessions.

Contact us to reserve your place with an early bird discount on booking.

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Hosted by Ian Wallace

Ian has over 15000 hours of professional clinical practice with all combinations of Clients. He works from an intuitive basis and has the Client's needs at the heart of his work. He has been Counselling since 2002 and teaching since 2012 and has qualifications for Counselling, Teaching, Coaching and Supervision.

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