Introduction to Counselling 

 

Level 2 Award in Understanding              and Responding to                     Psychological Trauma

Beginning: 11th January 2021

from 6pm to 10pm

 

Five Weeks

This qualification comprises two mandatory components;

 

Module 1: Understanding Psychological Trauma - this theory-based component introduces the learner to the impact of trauma and factors which may increase resilience to trauma. Learners will look at the differences between acute, chronic, complex and secondary trauma, and how adverse childhood experiences study has impacted on the understanding and response to psychological trauma today. Learners will also look at how psychological trauma can affect an individual and the possible effects of the brain. Learners will explore the elements that influence the impact of psychological trauma on an individual and also the factors that may protect and enhance resilience.

 

Module 2: Responding to Psychological Trauma - this component will provide learners with an understanding of the purpose, process and ethical considerations when using a trauma screening tool. Learners will have the opportunity to use a trauma screening tool to evaluate whether an individual would benefit from a trauma recovery plan and also to inform which strategies and activities might be included in the plan. This qualification complements the AIM suite of Level 2 - Level 6 counselling qualifications, which are designed to develop the necessary skills and knowledge for aspiring and practising counsellors. The Level 2 Award in Understanding and Responding to Physiological Trauma may be completed as either an introduction to the Level 2 and/or Level 3 counselling qualifications, or could be taken alongside these qualifications to further develop the learner’s knowledge and therapeutic skills to prepare them for working with individuals who have experienced trauma.

To apply for this course simply complete the very short application form below. Send your form along with your fee to the address to the left. Please ensure you send your fee with your completed form.

 

Places cannot be allocated unless we receive both your completed application details and your fee. 

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Joseph Coney FNCS, MSSc

MBACP (Snr Accred) 

Counsellor & Supervisor

Welcome to JMC Counselling & Training

JMC Counselling offer 15 week 60 hours modules in various contexts

 

Each module forms a quarter of a professional Diploma in Counselling

 

There are NO externally    examinations with regards to each 60 hour module only

JMC Counselling & Training can deliver any of the above modules offsite at your organisations venue. Please call for further details

 

Modules include:

 

Addictions, Stress, Depression

Trauma, Brief Therapy, CBT

Children & Young People

 

Addictions, Stress, Depression

Trauma, Brief Therapy, CBT

Children & Young People

 

There are many more, please visit our seminars page for a full list of available modules

 

 

Office Contact:

 

JMC Counselling & Training

60 Cluaneo Meadows Coalisland

Co. Tyrone BT71 5EN

Tel: 028 8774 6582

 

Email: jmccounselling@btinternet.com

 

Our Counselling  Training

Facility is located at:

 

Unit 23

51 Dungannon Road

Coalisland

 Co. Tyrone BT71 4HP

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