This is the next step in the MA programme in Counselling Skills, Theories, and Self-Awareness. After completing the Postgraduate Certificate in Counselling Skills, Theories, and Self-Awareness, you can begin this programme.
Who is this for?
The second stage of the programme, the Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling Skills, Theories, and Self-Awareness, builds on the learning from the Post Graduate Certificate (or alternative courses of study for learners ‘transferring-in’ from other programmes) and will appeal to professionals and volunteers who want to expand the pastoral dimension of their work and incorporate supervised counselling practise into their careers or volunteering.
What will I learn?
Learners will have to complete the four (4) core modules below. Each module is 10 ECTS points. Learners must accumulate a total of 40 ECTS points to graduate.
How will I learn?
1200 hours of study are required to complete the course, according to its design. Awarded upon successful completion of the Post Graduate Diploma are 40 ECTS points. The Master of Arts in Counselling Skills, Theories, and Self-Awareness is accessible through this award.
The PG Diploma in Counselling Skills, Theories and Self-Awareness offers an overview of the development and growth of four additional leading counselling philosophies (Constructivist, Family and Systemic, Trance and Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused), as well as a variety of theories, tools, and techniques that participants can apply to their own professional practise.
John Perry has more than thirty years of experience working in the field of education as a teacher, college lecturer, mentor, and senior lecturer at a university.
His passion is helping learners gain the drive and confidence that come from a strong feeling of self-worth and a sense of purpose and direction through coaching, counselling, and/or mentoring.
Over the course of his career, John has assisted hundreds of students in getting past learning obstacles and swapping out constrictive, self-defeating beliefs with empowering, uplifting ones.
John has created his own distinct method for fostering psychological resilience by assisting clients in taking charge of their issues while fostering optimistic feelings and a “can do” attitude.
John helps learners move in the direction of the productive realisation of their intrinsic potential by using coaching, counselling, and mentoring techniques. More specifically, he aims to support students in overcoming self-doubt and developing resilience, happiness, and confidence.