Level 2 Certificate In Counselling Skills
Interested in studying one of our counselling courses? This qualification will help develop knowledge and skills around counselling by looking at counselling theories, key elements of the main theoretical approaches and will help develop self-understanding and reflect on values and beliefs. Successfully completing this qualification will help enable providing support and help to others.
To complete the Unit 4 assessment, learners will need to demonstrate how they can use core counselling skills in a helping relationship. In order to be assessed carrying out this task, learners must demonstrate particular skills via either; a video recording submission, or an appropriate witness will be needed to observe the learner demonstrating the skills and completing a witness statement.
*An appropriate witness is classed as any person who has relevant experience, knowledge or qualifications in counselling skills. The Skills Network may contact the witness to validate their qualifications and experience.
8 to 12 weeks on average
(E-certificates upon achievement)
- Study from anywhere, at any time
- Gain an accredited level 2 qualification
- Nationally recognised
- Access to an award-winning e-learning platform
- Perfect for beginners
- Unlimited support from qualified tutors
- Receive a digital e-certificate upon completion
Cost and Funding Information
England and Scotland Only
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Unit 1: Using counselling skills
Learn to identify core counselling skills alongside understanding how these are practised in a counselling relationship. Gain an understanding of how to establish an effective working relationship and will consider the boundaries which need to be respected in this sensitive role.
Unit 2: Introduction to counselling skills theories
This unit will introduce key elements of the main theoretical approaches in counselling, psychodynamics, person-centred therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. There are key practical differences between these theories and you will hone your skills in understanding the significant importance of counselling theory.
Unit 3: Diversity and ethics in the use of counselling skills
This unit covers the concepts of diversity and ethics. Gain an understanding of anti-discriminatory practice, discover the key aspects of an ethical framework, and discover ways to address diversity in counselling skills practice.
Unit 4: Counselling skills and personal development
This unit encourages development of self-understanding, identifying values and beliefs and the ability to reflect on personal qualities and skills.
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