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Counselling Skills II BPS110 Course Code: BPS110 Duration: 100 hours Start: Anytime- from anywhere in the world! Qualification: Certificate Choose mode of Delivery: CD-ROM, online or correspondence (paper based) Enhance your existing counselling skills. Discover how to use counselling micro-skills including methods of telephone counselling and techniques for dealing with specific crisis situations - to improve your counselling. This course is ideal for those who have already gained the basic counselling skills in Counselling Skills I, and want to further develop their ability to counsel others. Pre-requisites: Introduction to Psychology (or equivalent) The role of the counsellor is to facilitate the person's resolution of these issues, whilst respect their values, personal resources, culture and capacity for choice. Counselling can provide people with a regular time and space to talk about their problems and explore difficult feelings in a confidential and dependable environment. Counsellors do not usually offer advice, but instead give insight into the client's feelings and behaviour and help the client change their behaviour if necessary. They do this by listening to what the client has to say and commenting on it from a professional perspective. Counselling covers a wide spectrum from the highly trained counsellor to some one who uses counselling skills as part of their role, for example, a nurse or teacher. COURSE STRUCTURE The course is divided into eight lessons as follows:

Counselling Skills II BPS110 Course Code: BPS110 Duration: 100 hours Start: Anytime- from anywhere in the world! Qualification: Certificate Choose mode of Delivery: CD-ROM, online or correspondence (paper based) Enhance your existing counselling skills. Discover how to use counselling micro-skills including methods of telephone counselling and techniques for dealing with specific crisis...

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