Therapeutic Counselling CPCAB NVQ Level 4 Diploma
Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (Integrative) CPCAB About the course: This is a two year Diploma in Integrative Counselling based on CPCABs model of practitioner development and therapeutic change, with the Integrative five relational model (Petruska Clarkson) as the integrating theoretical framework. You will explore the five relations spanning the working alliance, the transference relationship, the reparative and developmental relationship, the person to person or real relationship and the transpersonal. Clarksons integrative relational model forms the basis, with a modulated structure integrating Psychodynamic, Humanistic, Attachment Theory and Intercultural approaches. Later in year two, you will also be introduced to a range of short term and solution focused therapies - Motivational Interviewing, NLP and CBT. You will develop proficiency as a Therapeutic Counsellor at a counselling placement agency or workplace, under clinical supervision, where you are required to attain 100 supervised client hours. A minimum of 30 hours of personal counselling (Integrative) is required throughout the course. Entry requirements: Candidates must have acquired both CPCAB's Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills (CSK-L2) and Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies (CST-L3), or equivalent. We recommend that you are over 24, with sufficient life experience, psychological and emotional stability to undertake this intensive and demanding course. We require a tutor reference of recommendation from your previous counselling course of study. APPLICANTS FOR YEAR 2 TRANSFERING FROM OTHER CPCAB CENTRES WELCOME Accreditation: All our courses are approved and accredited by the CPCAB see for further information on them. Graduates from CPCAB L4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling often go on to apply for accreditation as an individual practitioner with BACP, once they have accrued at least 450 supervised client hours; then on accreditation with BACP you can use letters MBACP Accred. Please refer to for further information on this. You can also apply for student membership with BACP while you studying L4 and L5 courses and on graduation from L4 undertake BACP Certificate of Proficiency for Practice. Additionally, both L4 and L5 Psychotherapeutic Counselling have been mapped by CPCAB to UKCP requirements and combined provide a pathway for individual practitioner accreditation with UKCP as an Accredited Psychotherapist.