Professional Therapeutic Counselling
Professional Therapeutic Counselling Course
Counsellors and therapists deal with a broad range of difficulties including redundancy, marital problems, alcoholism, eating disorders, self-esteem and bereavement. This integrated course is based upon the theory that life's difficulties are perceived and tackled by the individual in relation to a host of social factors such as family makeup and background, ethnicity, cultural, educational and economic circumstances.
About Professional Therapeutic Counselling
Using such an approach, the therapist's task is to work with the client within this context as briefly and economically as possible in order to reframe the perception of and approach to problem management and resolution.