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Introduction to Counselling

Introduction to Counselling


Our Introduction to Counselling introduces what exactly counselling is, offering the opportunity to develop listening skills beneficial and applicable to a wide range of work and social settings.

Price £295.00 per Course of 10 weeks, 1 evening per week 6 - 9 p.m. at our Wrexham Glyndwr University Campus.

We have two upcoming 10 week courses - one starting 1st February 2018 and the second starting 31st May 2018.

Exact course dates are:-

First Cohort:-

Week 1 : Thursday February 1st

Week 2 : Thursday February 8th

Week 3 : Thursday February 15th

Week 4 : Thursday February 22nd

Break      Thursday March 1st

Week 5 : Thursday March 8th

Week 6 : Thursday March 15th

Week 7 : Thursday March 22nd

Spring Break Thursday March 29th

Spring Break Thursday April 5th

Week 8 : Thursday April 12th

Week 9 : Thursday April 19th

Week 10 : Thursday April 26th

Second Cohort:-

Week 1 : Thursday 31st May

Week 2 : Thursday 7th June

Week 3 : Thursday 14th June

Week 4 : Thursday 21st June

Break  : Thursday 28th June

Week 5 : Thursday 5th July

Week 6 : Thursday 12th July

Week 7 : Thursday 19th July

Week 8 : Thursday 26th July

Week 9 : Thursday 2nd August

Week 10 : Thursday 9th August

This course is for those who are interested in professional training as a counsellor, implementing counselling skills in other professions and those looking to enhance their self-development and listening skills will be equipped with the tools and skills necessary to succeed on their chosen path.

The course also gives an insight into the history of counselling and helps develop or refresh key interpersonal and counselling skills. 

The course runs twice per year. 

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Independent Advocacy

Independent Advocacy



This professional course has been designed to provide the skills and knowledge to practise independent advocacy. The skills and knowledge acquired through this course will be transferable, enabling learners from a range of disciplines to employ the principles and practices of independent advocacy in a variety of settings.
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Resillience for Health

Resilience for Health



Do you suffer from a long term health condition or work with those that do?

Do you or your employees experience stress?
The workplace is an ever-changing environment, though, so stress factors are always going to be present in one form or another – it is how we deal with them that will ultimately make a positive difference to individuals and organisations. This module reflects the need of organisations to teach employees how to use a balanced blend of mindfulness and resilience techniques to help them manage change, reduce stress and anxiety and dramatically improve working life, to the benefit of both employees and employers.

In addition, this module is designed to promote mindfulness and resilience to healthcare practitioners as a complementary skill set for promoting health and wellbeing.

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Working Together to Safeguard Self and Others



This course has been developed to raise professional awareness of working with vulnerable adults and young people, including issues of safeguarding and multi-agency working.

Starting on 20th November 2017 from 6-9 pm and running until 18th December 2017 before a break for Christmas. You will then return for two further weeks January 15th and 22nd 2018.
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