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  • Objectives
    This course provides an opportunity to explore the nature of relationships, how to help others to help themselves and a chance to find out about how people see you. The themes of theory, skills, personal development and work experience are woven through the programme with a lot of participative and experiential involvement. The learning is built around your programme group, and reflections on your own experiences. You will receive training in the use of counselling skills. Learning about helpful interventions and developing how you talk to people are highly prized qualities in many occupations.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements You will need three GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent), including English Language (Maths also needed for Psychology option), plus one of the following: * 160 points (including a minimum of two A2 Levels or a 12 unit AVCE or a combination) or * 160 points from BTEC National Diploma/Certificate or * Equivalent Scottish, Irish, Welsh or overseas qualifications or * An equivalent qualification to those listed above (eg Access to Higher Education Certificate, International Baccalaureate)
  • Academic Title
    BA Counselling Studies
  • Course description
    BA Counselling Studies

    Modules include

    Level 1

        * Counselling Skills & Process 1
        * Helping in the Community
        * Humanistic Theory & Principles
        * Counselling Skills & Process 2
        * Interpersonal Skills
        * Elective Module (A choice from a range of subject areas including Theology, English etc.)

    Level 2

        * Change Oriented Approaches
        * Difference & Helping
        * Counselling Issues in a Social Context
        * Psychodynamic Oriented Approaches
        * Development of the Helper
        * Psychology of Relationship

    Level 3

        * Insight Oriented Theories
        * Critical Study
        * Supervised Client Work
        * Professional Development
        * Integration of Perspectives

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