BA (Hons) Integrative Counselling PracticeHigher Education · Full Time · Counselling · Bishop Auckland Campus
New to Bishop Auckland College for September 2019 this exciting innovative higher education course enables students to gain both an academic and professional qualification in counselling.
Course requirementsLevel 3 Diploma in Counselling Skills or equivalent qualification. Students who have already achieved a Foundation Degree in Counselling (with 100 hours of evidenced practice) can apply to do the third year of the degree.
What will I do?
Level Four Modules: Philosophy of Integrative Practice, Core Model: CBT, Comparative Theoretical Perspectives in Counselling, Ethical & Professional Issues in Counselling, Self-Awareness and Personal Development, Integrative Skills Practice.
Level Five Modules: Introduction to Research, Developments in Counselling, Contemporary Issues in Counselling, Self-Awareness & personal Development 2, Integrative Counselling Practice and Supervision.
Level Six Modules: Research Project, Self-Awareness & Reflective Practitioner, Evolution of Counselling, Enhancing Therapeutic Practice.
What will it give me?A BA Degree in Intergrated Counselling
What can I do when I finish?
Go on to do a MA in Counselling and/or specialist training, seek employment within the counselling profession or set up in private practice.
Need to know more? Enquire about this course.