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Mindfulness and Counselling Skills Diploma - Joint Award

Overview

Mindfulness is a philosophy and state of mind derived from Buddhist faith, but applicable to both multi-faith and non-faith therapy work.

It is being used extensively in private and state provided therapy services as an appropriate way of addressing emotional issues and assisting in the management of long term conditions.

This course provides personal reflection and professional techniques using mindfulness, and relates them closely to the National Occupational Standards for Healing. Further core knowledge lessons provide a sound training in Counselling Skills, including discussion of the revised Counselling National Occupational Standards. 

The counselling models discussed include humanistic, psychodynamic, gestalt and basic CBT along with crucial counselling skills.

Modules

Introduction to the Mindfulness Course

Observing Thought

National Occupational Standards - Healing Part 1

An Overview of Providing Healing

Preparation for Healing - Organising

Acceptance

Expectations and “Shoulds”

Forgiveness

Basic Relaxation Techniques and Therapies

Chakra Healing

Balance of the Ego

Basic Psychoanalysis Theory and Useful Techniques

Assumptions, Possession, Insights, Confusion and Quiet Time

Humanism and Humanistic Counselling

Gestalt Therapy Part 1

Gestalt Therapy Part 2

Basic Counselling Skills Explained

Counselling Skills

Counselling National Occupational Standards Revision Module

Cognitive Behavioural Change (CBT) Part 1

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Part 2

CBT 3 – Practical methods

Professional Practice and Responsibilities

Requirements

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

Mindfulness is a philosophy and state of mind derived from Buddhist faith, but applicable to both multi-faith and non-faith therapy work.

It is being used extensively in private and state provided therapy services as an appropriate way of addressing emotional issues and assisting in the management of long term conditions.

This course provides personal reflection and professional techniques using mindfulness, and relates them closely to the National Occupational Standards for Healing. Further core knowledge lessons provide a sound training in Counselling Skills, including discussion of the revised Counselling National Occupational Standards. 

The counselling models discussed include humanistic, psychodynamic, gestalt and basic CBT along with crucial counselling skills.

Modules

Introduction to the Mindfulness Course

Observing Thought

National Occupational Standards - Healing Part 1

An Overview of Providing Healing

Preparation for Healing - Organising

Acceptance

Expectations and “Shoulds”

Forgiveness

Basic Relaxation Techniques and Therapies

Chakra Healing

Balance of the Ego

Basic Psychoanalysis Theory and Useful Techniques

Assumptions, Possession, Insights, Confusion and Quiet Time

Humanism and Humanistic Counselling

Gestalt Therapy Part 1

Gestalt Therapy Part 2

Basic Counselling Skills Explained

Counselling Skills

Counselling National Occupational Standards Revision Module

Cognitive Behavioural Change (CBT) Part 1

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Part 2

CBT 3 – Practical methods

Professional Practice and Responsibilities

Requirements

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

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