Minimum of a lower second class honours degree (2:2) in any discipline, or equivalent. Counselling Concepts and Skills Development, or equivalent. All candidates are required to participate in a half-day selection workshop/interview. Disclosure required.
Months of entry
The programme reflects the ethos of the person-centered approach to counselling, with the aim of fostering academic, professional and personal development. It follows a modular structure delivered over three years. An essential component of the training is the work with clients in a placement supported by individual and group supervision. Personal therapy, away days and residential weekends are also a feature of the programme.
- Theory and Practice of Counselling 1
(Develops knowledge of counselling theory and research)
- Ethical and Professional Practice 1
(Demonstrates how theory works in practice)
- Personal and Professional Development 1
(Facilitates learning about self in the counselling process)
- Theory and Practice of Counselling 2
(Year 2 builds on the knowledge base of Year 1)
- Ethical and Professional Practice 2
(Combination of a practice placement working with clients)
- Personal and Professional Development 2
(Further development in personal and professional awareness)
- Research Dissertation
(Develops an understanding and appreciation for practitioner research)
The course has British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) accreditation.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions
- +44 (0)1244 511300
- +44 (0)1244 513111