This course has concessions available

Module 4: Counselling Assessment Of The Adolescent Client

This postgraduate-level series of workshops has been created in response to the new BACP
competence framework for Counselling Children and Young People, which emphasises a relational way of working. The courses are for qualified counsellors and psychotherapists with at least a Level 4 Diploma
in Counselling (or equivalent) who have an interest in working with 11-19 year-olds within the education
or charity sector. Each module will consist of a combination of theoretical presentation, experiential
learning and presentation of case material. Students who attend will gain a CPD certificate of 6 hours for
each course.

Module 4: Counselling Assessment of the Adolescent Client.
This module will cover assessment of the adolescent client, suitability for counselling and ethical safeguarding practice. We will look at setting up a service in a school or agency setting, consider risk assessment and safeguarding procedures, and explore the process for referring onto CAMHS or other specialist agencies (including when to refer on, signposting, and resources available to support mental wellbeing outside of sessions). Students will also be provided with assessment tools and outcome measures.

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Who is this course for

This course is designed for Counsellors with a Level 4 Qualification in Counselling who wish to expand their practise to work therapeutically with Young People Aged between 12 and 18 years old in either an education or agency setting.

What does this course cover

Students will gain increased competence in counselling assessment of the adolescent client.
We will look at setting up a service in a school or agency setting.
We will provide assessment Tools and Outcome Measures.
We will look at contacting with the adolescent client with consideration of risk assessment and safeguarding procedures. We will explore the process for referring onto CAMHS or other specialist agencies, when to refer on, signposting and resources available to support mental wellbeing outside of sessions. Teaching will be supported by case presentations.

What will it be like

Course material will be delivered through formal presentation, discussion and experiential work.
The course will have components of casework presentation and practical sessions.

What else do you need to buy or do

Students should bring a notebook and pen. Handouts will be provided. Students will have access to Moodle our online learning tool. A recommended reading/resource list will be given and students will be signposted to additional learning resources/courses.

What this course could lead to

This course is designed as a C.P.D module in its own right or as part of evidence towards the BACP competencies required for Counsellors who have qualified on an adult training to work therapeutically with adolescents within an agency or educational setting. Students who attend will gain a CPD certificate for 6 guided learning hours.

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Concessions:

This course has concessions available for people who meet certain criteria

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