Postgraduate certificate in child, adolescent and family mental well-being
52\53 High Street
This award-winning and innovative one-year course will run at GCS in partnership with the Tavistock & Portman. It interweaves developmental, psychodynamic and systemic theoretical ideas, into a therapeutic practice orientated course.
We welcome all those who work in the field of child, adolescent or family mental health who wish to improve their knowledge and capabilities. You may be in one of the following roles:
- Social worker.
- Health visitor.
- Nurse/school nurse.
- Education professional.
- Child & adolescent primary mental healthcare worker.
- Child & adolescent mental health services (CYPS) practitioners.
- Working with children in the voluntary or statutory sector.
- Or working, or wanting to work with children and families.
"Truly exceptional, experienced and committed tutors - with no ego! (sounds strange but I love the Tavistock ethos - hands on, grounded and equal)."
Please contact GCS to apply (Application Deadline July 31st) Training.Bookings@gloscounselling.org.uk, 01453 766 310
About the host
Developed by the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, the course is validated by the University of Essex. It is one of the most popular courses within the Tavistock & Portman training portfolio, and is delivered in partnership with GCS. Tutors are all highly experienced and outstanding trainers as well as practitioners in their field.