Introduction to Counselling - Daytime Course
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About The Event
Introduction to Counselling provides an accessible and interesting introduction to the theory and practice of counselling.
How well we listen has a major impact on our job effectiveness, and on the quality of relationships with others. Developing active listening skills will help improve our productivity, as well as ability to influence, persuade, negotiate and avoid conflicts in any area of life.
Active listening can help diffuse conflict.
There are times in the workplace when you may have to deal with conflict. Although you may not always agree with others’ opinions, it’s important to be open to the experiences and perspectives of your peers, and the best way to demonstrate this is through active listening.
You will also gain a good grounding in key topics in counselling, including its cultural and historical origins, different theoretical orientations and the vital role of the counselling relationship.
For more information and booking head to The Counselling Foundation Website HERE
Introduction to Counselling is open to anyone over the age of 18 interested in extending their knowledge and skills in counselling.
Thursdays from 1.00pm to 4.00pm | 21st February – 14th March 2019 (12 hour class over 4 weeks)
£295 (Eventbrite booking fees apply)
The Counselling Foundation have been providing affordable counselling and professional counselling courses across Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire since 1974. Delivering 30,000 counselling sessions to individuals, couples, employees and the NHS every year and train over 300 people with counselling skills so that we can raise awareness and promote the education of mental health.
For more information and booking head to Counselling Foundation website HERE