This course has broken new ground in counselling training in the UK.  It is suitable for students who have completed substantial Certificate level counselling training and who wish to train as  professional counsellors, equipped to work in a range of settings – voluntary, statutory and private practice.

What makes this course different is its emphasis on the integration of faith, spirituality and counselling practice.  In addition to covering the same ground that is covered by comparable humanistic Diploma courses, the course will also give you the opportunity to develop your understanding of human spirituality and to explore the interface between your own developing spirituality and your practice. As we run our own counselling agency we are able to provide placements to students and this also includes free supervision.

Key facts

Award Advanced Diploma in Counselling (Level 5)
Course accreditation British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
Delivery One day a week (Wednesday) over two academic years
Theoretical model Core Self model (person-centred integrative)
Course fee £3580 per year (with the option to pay by instalments)

The next intake will be in September 2022.

We are planning to run a course starting in September 2021 as well. At the moment this is not definitely confirmed. More information will be posted here as soon as it is available.

Also if you would like to be added to the mailing list to be kept informed of progress, please contact the training coordinator at training@network.org.uk

The new prospectus will be available here in due course.

In the meantime you can download the current prospectus:  Diploma Prospectus 2020-22 WEB

If you would like to come to Network and talk informally with one of the course tutors before deciding to apply for a place, or arrange a phone conversation, please contact Sue Woodhead Marsh, our Training Co-ordinator, on (0117) 9507271 or by email training@network.org.uk 

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