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126 – Is Counselling Accreditation Essential?

CT Podcast Ep126 featured image - Topics Discussed: Describing feelings; Authenticity in counselling; Is counselling accreditation essential?

126 – Is Counselling Accreditation Essential? Describing Feelings – Authenticity in Counselling In episode 126 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes discuss the use of feelings words. ‘Check-In with CPCAB’ then looks at the value of authenticity, both psychologically and physically. Last, the presenters debate whether or not professional-body counselling accreditation…

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125 – How to Set Up a Private Counselling Practice

CT Podcast Ep 125 featured image - Topics Discussed: Difference between counselling and other helping professions; Is a Level 4 qualification sufficient for private practice?; How to set up a private counselling practice

125 – How to Set Up a Private Counselling Practice Differences between Counselling and Other Types of Helping – Is a Level 4 Qualification Sufficient for Entering Private Practice? In episode 125 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes discuss the differences between counselling and using counselling skills. ‘Check-In with CPCAB’ then…

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124 – Assessment Tools in Counselling

CT Podcast Ep124 featured image - Topics Discussed: A counselling student’s journey; Assessment tools in counselling; Importance of psycho-education in counselling

124 – Assessment Tools in Counselling A Student’s Journey – Importance of Psycho-Education In episode 124 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes talk to a special guest about her journey through counselling training. ‘Check-In with CPCAB’ then looks at assessment tools in counselling. Last, the presenters explore the value of psycho-education…

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123 – Ethical Frameworks in Counselling

CT Podcast 123 featured image - Topics Discussed: Why do we need ethical frameworks in counselling; Dual relationships in counselling training; What to do when a client disagrees with us

123 – Why Is There a Need for Ethical Frameworks in Counselling Dual Relationships in Counselling Training – When a Client Disagrees with Us In episode 123 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes discuss the need for ethical frameworks in counselling. Our new regular segment, ‘Check-In with CPCAB’, then looks at…

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122 – Counselling Session Role Play versus ‘Real-Life’ Counselling

CT Podcast Episode 122 featured image - Topics Discussed: How counselling differs from other helping professions; Why we check in; Counselling session role play versus ‘real-life’ counselling

122 – Counselling Session Role Play versus ‘Real-Life’ Counselling How Counselling Differs from Other Helping Professions – Why We Check In In episode 122 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes discuss the differences between counselling and other forms of helping. Our new regular segment, ‘Check-In with CPCAB’, then looks at why…

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120 – Counselling Awarding Bodies

Counselling Tutor Podcast 120 Counselling Awarding Bodies featured image - A group of counsellors and student counsellors discussing in a circle

120 – Purpose of Counselling Awarding Bodies Coping with Returning to Counselling Study – Meeting and Reforming Groups In episode 120 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast – the first in this new season – Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes talk about how to avoid overwhelm when returning to studying after the summer break. Next, they…

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Adverse Childhood Experiences are things that can happen in children’s lives that may impact upon their future experiences. Within this lecture, you will explore: Adverse Childhood Experiences and the life long consequences of trauma. Interventions that may be used to support those with ACEs. How Adverse Childhood Experiences and counselling fit…

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Counselling Difficult Clients

counselling difficult clients

How to Engage Difficult Clients as a Counsellor Every counsellor is likely to find themselves counselling difficult clients at sometime or other. Engaging a resistant client means understanding what the barriers are for the client before looking for a solution. Counselling difficult clients effectively takes a carful balance of theory, self care and understanding the…

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Brain Plasticity and Trauma

Brain Plasticity and Trauma Fourth Force in Psychology The first force in psychology was psychoanalysis, brought to us by Sigmund Freud. Then, in the 1940s and 1950s, came the second force, behaviourism (courtesy of people like Skinner and Watson). Later, in the 1960s, Rogers and Maslow introduced humanism, the third force in psychology. The fourth…

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