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Full Time Psychodynamic Counselling DipHE (Open University)

Nescot

Diploma Of Higher Education , Uncategorised

Course Description

Course Code: N4610 Study Type: Full Time Academic Level: Higher Ed Award: Diploma in Higher Education, Accredited by Open University Course Length: The course will run on a Friday from 9.30am-5pm over two years, followed by a clinical semester where necessary for completion of the required counselling practice hours. Course Summary: Aims and Objectives To provide the theoretical and conceptual framework necessary to counsel competently To provide a sound ethical and anti-discriminatory framework for good practice To provide the opportunity for personal and professional growth, building on the past training, experience and skills of each student To develop the necessary skills and understanding to practice competently. Course Details: If your paid or voluntary role involves counselling people and you want to develop your competence andor progress to becoming a professional counsellor, this course is designed to meet your personal and professional needs. The course will provide you with the necessary training in skills and theory to meet the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy requirements in those areas to accredit individual counsellors. However, it is your responsibility to seek individual accreditation and this entails further supervised practice and completion of the necessary written evidence (support will be given in relation to this process if you progress to the Nescot BA (Hons) Counselling course). The Diploma course is psychodynamic in orientation with some consideration of the humanistic approach. It is expected that you will have already completed a Foundation course that has introduced you to various orientations so that the choice of a psychodynamically orientated course is a deliberate and informed one. You will be required to arrange counselling practice for yourself throughout the course and the necessary supervision where appropriate, given that supervision will be offered within the course day. Support and guidance will be available from tutors. Teaching and Learning Strategies These will include: Setting objectives and learning contracts to include action plans The maintenance of a journal and process records of counselling Seminars ? theoretical and applied Role plays and exercises Experiential group Supervision group and case discussion Tutorials The course also includes a short residential block in the second year. Assessment: Assignment, professional practice. Career Progression: Professional accreditation andor degree level. Other Information: 60 credits at Level 2 and 60 credits at Level 3 (HE CATS)

Course Code: N4610 Study Type: Full Time Academic Level: Higher Ed Award: Diploma in Higher Education, Accredited by Open University Course Length: The course will run on a Friday from 9.30am-5pm over two years, followed by a clinical semester where necessary for completion of the required counselling practice hours. Course Summary: Aims and Objectives To provide the theoretical and conceptual...

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