Fees: Standard £ 39 Conc £14 Full £71
|Saturday||10:00 - 14:30||1||MAC||12/10/2019||12/10/2019||HC1030|
This course demonstrate the influence of the psychodynamic approach on Western Society and highlights the essential aspects from Freud to present day. It includes an examination of the unconscious, the links between the client’s past and present experiences and developmental stages illustrated by some interesting case studies .
Anyone with an interest in this topic including those who have some experience of counseling courses as this course will extend their knowledge.
No prior knowledge of counselling needed but a good standrad of spoken and written English is required.
Understand the historical background Demonstrate a deeper knowledge of key terms and their meanings Increased awareness of therapeutic techniques and practice Build on own self-awareness linked to transference and counter-transference
The course is informative, participatory and enjoyable and includes short lectures and back up hand-outs and a range of practice exercises to illustrate theoretical aspects and re-enforce learning.
A reading list will be provided for those who want to read around the subject .
A brief assessment at the beginning and end of the course
Some students may choose to apply for a formal counselling training
No other costs
The college provides a range of study support depending on need and the tutor will give what support is possible within the class. Much of the teaching takes place in a group setting and students are encouraged to use their developing skills to support each other’s learning