Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Person-Centred Counselling

Course Description

Overview

Counselling requires a special type of person and, if you are that person, this qualification can equip you with the formal qualification you need to enhance your career in counselling. In this course, you are provided with both flexibility and the advantage of a wide range of specially selected subjects designed for those considering employment in varied counselling
roles or for those who wish to progress to further study at degree level. Upon completion, students are eligible to register for membership with the Complimentary Medical Association.

Entry Requirements

    • Students must hold a Level 3 Diploma (or higher), A Level qualification or equivalent
    • Basic English reading and writing skills
    • All students must be 16 years of age or above.

Module Structure

    • Using information, communication and technology ICT in Therapeutic Person-Centred Counselling Studies
    • Introduction to counselling part 1
    • Introduction to counselling part 2
    • Child counselling
    • Relationship counselling
    • Family counselling
    • Bereavement counselling part 1
    • Bereavement counselling part 2

Work-Based Learning Opportunities

    • Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
    • Family Support Worker
    • Career Counsellor
    • Therapist
    • Counsellor
    • Therapeutic Carer