BSc (Hons) in Humanistic Counselling
This one-day workshop, delivered by senior members of the teaching team, will give you an experience of the learning environment and teaching style on the integrative Humanistic Counselling degree, including opportunities to learn theory, practice skills and engage with a group of potential future peers. You will learn about the structure of this weekly taught course, how we approach integration of humanistic modalities, explore the three-year curriculum and learning journey, and have space to ask questions about the course and commitments involved. This will be particularly helpful if it is your first time in Higher Education, or if you are coming back to studying after a long break. The day will give you a feel for what learning with Metanoia might be like and an opportunity to see if it is a good match for you.
Some key points about this degree course:
- 3-year route to professional qualification
- The course is eligible for student loan finance
- You will be eligible for professional BACP registered membership on completion
- One in-room taught day per week in term-time
- Covers three modalities and their integration: Person Centred, Gestalt, Transactional Analysis
- You will be concurrently qualified to work in online and phone therapy
- Will prepare you to work in a variety of settings, including agencies, private practice, in-room and online
- Experiential learning for dynamic and engaging lessons
- Personal growth and development as a cornerstone of the lebook yoarning process
- Course accredited by the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy)
- Degree award validated by Middlesex University
This workshop is not a pre-requisite for joining the BSc (Hons) Humanistic Counselling programme, however students will need to complete either the Metanoia Certificate in Therapeutic Skills & Studies (or an equivalent 60 hours skills course elsewhere) in order to be offered a place.
The Workshop will run from 11am to 5pm, in room.
The forthcoming workshop will be held on:
5th March 2024, 1100 to 1700. Cost £125.
Please note that you will need to apply for this workshop online.