Course OverviewThis course aims to provide students with a comprehensive and flexible framework of education and training, which will facilitate safe practice in both counselling and the use of counselling skills in related areas of professional practice.
Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling Practice has been Accredited by the National Counselling Society which means that graduates have a more straightforward route to apply for registration.
As they progress through the course, students gain knowledge of key aspects of the counselling process. Individual modules address learning around Cognitive Behavioural Approaches, Understanding the Client in Context and undertake Supervised Placement. Students will also practice skills in the various modules. Learning is built on the accumulated experience of staff of the University and the partner colleges.
A mandatory requirement is that students are deemed fit for placement. Each student must have Access NI Clearance and be deemed ‘placement ready’ by the College and Course Team.