You might have a good team of specialists in the field, but yet somehow it's not enough So what can you do?
But it is possible to learn the fundamentals of couples counselling in a short course. This Introduction to Couples Counselling is a four day course and will provide you with the key principles and techniques you can start putting into practice to help your clients.
The course is integrative and involves a mixture of theory, group work, role plays and videos. Many trainees attending this course have found a lot of resources to help with their individual clients presenting with relationship issues.
London Dates have now been set for an Autumn training in London. The London venue is: Both weekends 4 days are needed to learn the basics of couples counselling.
On the third day, Debbie will be joined by her partner Simon Adamson who is also a couples counsellor. The two of them will jointly facilitate this day; and hopefully this will add an interesting extra dimension to the work.
Simon may also assist with supervision of role plays on other days. You can read more about their work together at www.
The London course will run at least once or twice per year. Minimum qualifications required to enrol: If you are a trainee, then completion of a minimum ten week certificate course is required to enrol.
If you are outside of these criteria, please contact me to discuss, as in exceptional cases, enrolment may be possible. A CPD certificate of 24 hours will be provided on completion of the course.
The balance is payable one month before the course start date.
Once paid this balance is also non-refundable. Here is a summary of the content of each day: Introduction to Couples Counselling: Using a wide and interesting variety of teaching methods, the presenters Debbie and Simon were professional and well organised, but at the same time relaxed and friendly.
So much was packed in, including in-depth training on a number of popular contemporary therapeutic models. Handouts covered everything, so it was easy to just absorb the information and insights, without needing to take notes.
Really thorough grounding in essential considerations, ethics and differences working with couples. The resources fantastic, the pace was just right and the expertise of the facilitator was great. All of it has been helpful without feeling overwhelming.
Both Debbie and Simon have a vast experience of couple counselling and the manner in which they present their knowledge is both accessible and entertaining. Thoroughly enjoyable and fascinating. This is also true for the different teaching methods that are used, a lovely balance of talks, videos, practice etc.
I particularly love the way Debbie and Simon share themselves and their experiences. The pace for me is also excellent. I feel the course is an excellent alternative to some of the lengthy and expensive other couples counselling courses.Philosophers counseling goes back to ancient Greece.
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