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Counselling Skills Workshop SASS

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Course overview

This workshop offers an ideal starting place for candidates seeking pre-entry requirements for further training in both counselling and counselling psychology.

This popular course has run successfully for a number of years and has appeal and relevance to those seeking to enhance their interpersonal skills in the workplace.

The course is an excellent introduction to counselling skills and prepares students for professional level training in Counselling Psychology.

How to apply

Please visit the e-store where you will be asked to make your payment and complete a questionnaire form. If places are full you will not be able to apply for your chosen workshop.

Fees and cancellations

The Counselling skills workshop fee is £500 (including lunch and refreshments).

Please note: If for any reason you need to cancel your booking, 20% of the above fee will be retained if written notification is received at least 14 days before the start of the workshop. No refunds will be given with less than 14 days written notice.

If you wish to change your enrollment onto a different workshop, an administration fee of 10% of the course fee will be payable. In the event that a workshop is cancelled by City, University of London for any reason, full refunds will be made.

Further details and booking forms

For further information please contact (see top right 'Contact details' box for more details).

Module dates

The workshop will be taught over five days and will be run on the dates indicated below from 10am to 4pm.

Feb: Monday 25 - Friday 01 March 2019 
APR: Monday 08  - Friday 12 April 2019
JUN:  Monday 17 - Friday 21 June 2019
DEC: Monday 09 - Friday 13 December 2019

Course outcomes

Course outcomes

Participants will:

  • learn about and practise advanced interpersonal and counselling skills
  • apply theory and techniques of counselling
  • gain an understanding of professional and ethical issues and learn more about themselves.