If you have qualified from the Diploma in Trauma and Mental health Informed Schools and Communities and receive a recommendation from your Course Director, you will be able to progress on to the Diploma in Counselling Teenagers.
The Diploma in Counselling Teenagers course is for people who are passionate about helping teenagers (12-25 years), this means being able to work in both colleges and universities helping clients . This course will be delivered predominantly over weekends running from February to February each year. There are so few people in this country who hold an actual qualification in counselling teenagers, so we are confident that this Diploma will open many doors, the need is great!
At the end of the training with successful graduation, completion of personal psychotherapy hours and the completion of 100 counselling hours with teenagers (under supervision), you will be eligible to apply for BACP registration (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) to be a nationally recognised registered counsellor. The course will provide you with a placement to see teenagers for counselling. Alternatively you can put forward to the Placement team a setting of your current work. This can be considered, as long as there is no dual relationship.