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|Description||Pupils cannot learn when they are preoccupied with emotional upsets. Through effective counselling you can enhance their learning and achievement. This course aims to build your confidence and affirm your present counselling practices when dealing with pupils’ issues and concerns. It will give you the opportunity to try out non-directive counselling and the new directive CCBT Client Centered Behaviour Therapy. By using emotional intelligence you will also acquire skills and guidance on how to deal with children’s grief and bullying. Delegates will receive Jeanie’s book - ‘Practical Counselling Skills’|
|Categories||Secondary, KS3, KS4, Head of year / Pastoral leader, Pupil Support, Other support staff, Coaching and Mentoring, Out of school|
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The aims of the course are to: • Build your confidence and emotional intelligence when working with pupils who need your support. • Enable you to hear what your pupils are really telling you and how to help them to build their resilience. • Provide you with a step-by-step format of how to work through a counselling session effectively. • Give you practical tips to work with the withdrawn or bullied pupil.
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|Associated Files||CS0175_Lighthouse Flyer SS temp.pdf|
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.