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CONTACT

 

For course bookings and administrative queries:

Contact: Holly Cassidy
Course Administrator
admin@manorhousecentre.org.uk

Tel No: 020 8371 0180

 

For all other queries:

Contact: Alex Moss
Manager
manager@manorhousecentre.org.uk

Tel No: 020 8371 0180

 

The Manor House Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling
80 East End Road,
Finchley, London, N3 2SY

 

Registered Charity

No. 1131804

 


 


Location:

mhcpc grounds

Facilities:

MHCPC cafe

 

Location:

 

mhcpc reception


COUNSELLING SKILLS



Established in
1985, located in
North London UK,
the MHCPC
Counselling
Training Centre
offers innovative
and comprehensive
Training Courses
and a Counselling Service.




Students:

mhcpc student


Certificate in Counselling Skills

Evening Course


Course Dates for 2017

Day and Time Term Dates Reading Weeks

Tuesdays 7pm - 10pm

Tuesday 3rd January 2017 - Tuesday 28th March

Easter break: Tuesday 4th April & Tuesday 11th April

Tuesday 18th April - Tuesday 11th July

Tuesday 14th February

Tuesday 30th May


The Certificate in Counselling Skills Course is of interest to all those working with people in a voluntary or professional capacity as well as those interested in the advantages of such skills in their daily relationships.

It is a part time skills based Course with the emphasis on both the theoretical and practical aspects of counselling. The Course is designed to enable the student to explore and develop their counselling skills and learn from their personal experience.

During the Course students will be given the opportunity to assess their counselling skills and will be helped to decide in which direction they might wish to continue their training.

No written work is required but some reading is necessary and a booklist is provided.

The Course runs for one evening a week for two twelve week terms. The sessions aim to introduce the fundamental aspects of counselling and the skills required to facilitate the counselling relationship. A theoretical base is offered together with experiential exercises which complement academic learning.

In addition students are given the opportunity to practice counselling skills in groups and are encouraged to observe and contribute towards exploring the different components of the counselling relationship.

Students are helped to discover the opportunities open to them in the Community, (see Careers), for use of their counselling skills as well as within the context of their work.

Students who successfully complete the Course will be awarded a Certificate in Counselling Skills and will have an entry point to the Access Course (Module One of the
Diploma
).

 

How to Apply


 

 

 

 

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