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The Advanced Diploma provides an arena for trainees to develop their understanding of how Humanistic and Psychodynamic theory and practice can be combined in an effective coherent integrative framework.
The course will include:
To assist trainees with integrating theory into practice, and in their development as competent practitioners,
The trainees’ practice is supported in the individual and group supervisions through the presentation of clinical material, case discussion, awareness of transference and counter-transference issues and practitioner/client role-plays.
Continuous throughout the year and includes elements of self, peer and tutor evaluation. Students are required to successfully complete three written assignments throughout the year (3000 – 3500 words each). These include a theoretical essay, case study and a student presentation, which is also submitted in essay format. Clinical practice is supported through on going assessment by the clinical supervisor.
Assessment is based on the demonstration of skills through the case presentation of their work with clients, including the submission of three audio-taped counselling sessions, as well as active participation within the whole group and in skills based exercises.
Applicants for the Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling must provide evidence of the following:
Approximately 200 hours