JMC/AIM AWARDS ACCREDITED LEVEL 4 APPROACHES TO COUNSELLING CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE
NONE but those working with children and young people would be an advantage. This course can form part of a pathway to becoming a qualified counsellor, however, it can also be used by any of the
following professionals to complement their roles working with children and young people.
This course is an intense six-day accredited level 4 course which will assist those working with children and/or young people in the following professions: Counsellors, teachers, community workers, youth workers, nurses, social workers, health &, social cares students, play therapists, social worker, support workers, or anyone that communicates with children and young people.
Content: Participants will learn how to communicate effectively with children and young people using appropriate language, counselling skills and underpinning theory. Those working with these groups need to be aware that in addition to keeping the child or young person safe, the training will also focus on how to keep the worker safe too.
At times, those providing care for these age groups, feel obliged and committed to ‘fix the problem.’ The course will focus on when, how, and to who referrals should be made, and the process of doing so. As well as this the workers' ethical responsibilities and
legal position when working with children and young people will be addressed
Suicidal ideation, self-harm, anxiety and depression, eating disorders, domestic violence, trauma and PTSD, stress including exam stress, bereavement, bullying and social media
If you require a hard copy application pack please contact the office on:
028 8774 6582
or you can email us at
Applications will close on Friday, April 3rd 2020 at 4pm.
Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. In order to secure your place, you will need to
complete your application form and send this back to us along with your full payment (to receive the discount) or your deposit.
Unfortunately, we cannot ‘keep you a place’ without both!