September 2022

Advanced Certificate in Counselling Children & Young People

Short Course, September 2022

Counselling session


This course will begin in September 2022, subject to successful validation.

This programme follows on from the Introductory Certificate in Counselling Children and Young People. This course is for professional counsellors and Psychotherapists who have already completed the Introductory Certificate in Counselling Children and Young People.

Key learning topics are closely based on Stage 2 of the BACP Training curriculum for counselling children and young people. Adopting an integrative approach to working with children and young people, the programme is structured to allow personal reflection and group discussion in order to thoroughly explore clinical issues within the context of counselling children and young people. Students on this programme will also accrue 50 hours of clinical practice on placement, counselling children and young people, and undergo individual supervision.

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Counselling and Psychotherapy Open Evening

Come along to our Counselling and Psychotherapy Virtual Open Evening on Thursday 18th February to find out more about our range of Counselling and Psychotherapy programmes.

We will be holding a number of Zoom sessions where staff will deliver presentations about our suite of courses, followed by an opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.

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Entry Requirements

  • Successful completion of the Newman Introductory Certificate in Counselling Children & Young People or equivalent.
  • Minimum Level 5 professional qualification in counselling or psychotherapy), including at least 100 hours of supervised clinical practice. Or a student at an advanced stage on an adult counselling or psychotherapy training who has achieved at least 100 clinical hours and been assessed as suitable for working with children and young people.

International Students
Newman University is not licenced by the UK Government to sponsor migrant students under the Student route and is therefore unable to accept applications from international students at present.

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