The Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapeutic Skills and Practices is delivered by the Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences (ICHAS) and serves as an excellent introduction to the area of counselling.
This part-time Certificate in Counselling Skills and Practice is designed for those who have little or no professional experience but wish to extend their knowledge of interpersonal and counselling skills prior to undertaking more advanced educational training in counselling at Degree level. It is also relevant for healthcare professionals, teachers, social workers, managers, customer services, sports coaches and others.
We run 2 intakes for this course commencing in Spring and Autumn.
September, 2018* (dates to be confirmed)
February, 2019* (dates to be confirmed)
*subject to sufficient numbers
The Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapeutic Skills and Practice is scheduled to commence in February 2018 in Griffith College Dublin and Griffith College Cork.
If you have any questions please get in touch with us at [email protected] or 01 415 0429.
This course is scheduled to commence on Monday, 8th October 2018 in Griffith College Dublin and Griffith College Cork. Contact [email protected] for further information.
This course will run one evening per week (Monday) from 6.00pm to 10.00pm over 10 Weeks, course dates outlined below.
Oct: 08, 15, 22
Nov: 05, 12, 19, 26
Dec: 03, 10, 17
Open entry to participants who have an interest in studying the field of Counselling.
To apply fill in the following application form uploading copies of the relevant documentation
Study Mode: Part-Time
Fee: EUR 845.00
Graduates of the Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapeutic Skills and Practice course are eligible to advance to progress to any of the Level 7 BA programmes in the field of Counselling Skills & Psychotherapy Studies, Counselling Skills & Addiction Studies or Counselling Skills and Youth Studies within ICHAS.
Graduates of the Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapeutic Skills and Practice will have a good basis for professional progression in the counselling sector while they will have developed key life skills that can be applied freely to other professions.