Working as a counsellor in the real world

07949 340 943 07949 340 943
21st September 2024, 9.30am - 4.00pm
Counsellors and trainees
114 Holme Church Lane, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 0PY

This one day workshop will help you to navigate the pitfalls and challenges of working in the counselling industry.  This course aims to bridge the gap between what is taught in counselling courses and what knowledge is needed to work professionally in the world of counselling and psychotherapy.  

Caroline is an experienced clinical supervisor who has worked with many training or newly qualified counsellors and this course reflects her experience of what newly qualified counsellors and psychotherapists need to know.

About the workship

Topics included in this workshop are:

  • how to find paid work
  • What makes a really effective therapist? Aside from the modality you trained in
  • How to deal with professional and ethical issues in the real world
  • Do I need membership/accreditation? A consideration of different options
  • Clients love psychoeducation - what are the most client-loved pieces of theory that they can 'take home' with them?
  • What CPD should I do?
  • How can I find a niche?
  • Networking with other therapists

Please note that whilst this workshop may cover the basics of working in private practice, there is another one-day course that focuses solely on this subject

Location: Beverley Counselling & Psychotherapy, HU17 0PY

Date: Saturday 21st September 2024 9.30-4.00, including lunch

Cost: £105 (or £195 if both courses if taken in conjunction with each other - see also 'Setting up in private practice')


Book your place at Beverley Therapy

Share this event with a friend
Hosted by Caroline Hudson

Caroline is a BACP senior accredited counsellor and UKCP registered psychotherapist with over 20 years experience as a qualified counsellor. She worked for many years in a young people's counselling service in York, before setting up an initial private practice 10 years ago from a room in a G.P.'s surgery in Beverley.

Hosted by Caroline Hudson