About Us

INTRODUCTION

 CounsellingEurope offers an extensive range of professional counselling &  training, from introductory to advanced diploma levelThe aim of CounsellingEurope is to teach students from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, enabling them to develop their own potential and to be able to decide on further choices, both personal and professional. Many participants decide to pursue counselling as a career or to integrate the theory and skills into their existing work. Employers and managers are becoming increasingly aware of the need to develop their skills using counselling and communication techniques. ABOUT OUR COURSE MATERIALS Tutor and trainee course materials are provided by CSCT Ltd., an organisation with a proven track record of creating, administering and supporting counselling training courses. With a highly skilled team of experienced counselling trainers producing fully comprehensive tutor and trainee materials, CSCT are committed to providing high-quality training programmes that reflect current thinking and research in the field and meet the changing needs of the counselling profession. With more than two decades working with the further education sector and small/medium enterprises in the UK, Eire and Gibraltar—and having trained over 50,000 students in that time—CSCT fully understand the demands and needs of counselling training. CSCT materials are written to CPCAB specifications. 


Courses 

LEVEL 2 Intermediate CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills Course length: 90 hrs. 

Course structure: Seven qualification units Internal assessment. Assignments. Self-review.  Learning review. Counselling skills practice.  Feedback. Tutorial records. External assessment: Contact CPCAB Entry requirements: No previous training required Course fee: € 1389.00 Registration fee: € 148.50 

Other information: Contact CPCAB LEVEL 2 Intermediate CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Studies Course length: 90 hrs. Course structure: Seven qualification units Internal assessment: Assignments. Self-review.  Learning review. Counselling practice  sessions. Case presentation. Feedback.  Tutorial records. External assessment: Contact CPCAB Entry requirements: CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in  Counselling Skills Course fee: € 1389.00 Registration fee: € 148.50 Other information: Contact CPCAB Course fees are subject to change. Fees are nonrefundable once a course has started. LEVEL 3 CPCAB 2-year Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, Integrative Course length: 420 hours (210 per year) Course structure: Seven qualification units Internal assessment: Evidence-based portfolio. Case  studies. Assignments. Self- and learning reviews.  Counselling practice sessions. Case presentations.  Client record. Supervision record. Therapy record.  Supervisor & agency feedback. Tutor/peer  feedback. Tutorial record. External assessment: Contact CPCAB Entry requirements: CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in  Counselling Skills and CPCAB Level 2 Certificate  in Counselling Studies Client hours: 100 hours minimum Course fee: € 2778 Registration fee: € 252.50 Other information: Contact CPCAB CSCT Introductory Courses CSCT Grief & Loss Counselling Skills & Theory Understanding Grief and Loss Course length: 210 hours Course structure: Seven qualification units. 10 study units  broken into skills & theory. Internal assessment: Course diary/journal. Practical  assessment. Case Study. Self-review. Learning  review. Skills assessments. Tutor and peer  feedback. External assessment: Portfolio and evidence of learning Entry requirements: Must have completed a minimum of  Level one skills and theory Course fee: € 2778.00 Registration fee: € 252.50 Course fees are subject to change. Fees are nonrefundable once a course has started.                                          Life-Skills Course (One-Year Certificate)  Ideal for transient families. Can be taken as one or more units/modules Unit One: Effective communication Unit Two: Assertion, passivity and aggression Unit Three: How to manage 'negative' emotions 

Unit Four: Prevention and management of stress 

Unit Five: How to's of feedback 

Unit Six: Creative problem solving Unit Seven: Decision making 

Unit Eight: Effective parenting 

Unit Nine: Truth, leisure and sexism Unit Ten: Conflict 

Unit Eleven: Groups and networks Unit Twelve: Networking Entry requirements: No previous training required Course fee: € 231.50 per module (10% discount for registering for all modules) Registration fee: € 252.50 


Weekend workshops • Self-Harm and Suicide • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Sexual Abuse • Short-Term & Brief Solution-Focussed Therapy • HIV & AIDS Counselling • Family Therapy 


Entry requirements: 

Counsellor training to certificate level or other associated training, for example, nursing, psychology, teaching, etc. 


Fees: Available upon request Course fees are subject to change. 


Fees are nonrefundable once a course has started. 

INTRODUCTION

 CounsellingEurope offers an extensive range of professional counselling &  training, from introductory to advanced diploma levelThe aim of CounsellingEurope is to teach students from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, enabling them to develop their own potential and to be able to decide on further choices, both personal and professional. Many participants decide to pursue counselling as a career or to integrate the theory and skills into their existing work. Employers and managers are becoming increasingly aware of the need to develop their skills using counselling and communication techniques. ABOUT OUR COURSE MATERIALS Tutor and trainee course materials are provided by CSCT Ltd., an organisation with a proven track record of creating, administering and supporting counselling training courses. With a highly skilled team of experienced counselling trainers producing fully comprehensive tutor and trainee materials, CSCT are committed to providing high-quality training programmes that reflect current thinking and research in the field and meet the changing needs of the counselling profession. With more than two decades working with the further education sector and small/medium enterprises in the UK, Eire and Gibraltar—and having trained over 50,000 students in that time—CSCT fully understand the demands and needs of counselling training. CSCT materials are written to CPCAB specifications. 


Courses 

LEVEL 2 Intermediate CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills Course length: 90 hrs. 

Course structure: Seven qualification units Internal assessment. Assignments. Self-review.  Learning review. Counselling skills practice.  Feedback. Tutorial records. External assessment: Contact CPCAB Entry requirements: No previous training required Course fee: € 1389.00 Registration fee: € 148.50 

Other information: Contact CPCAB LEVEL 2 Intermediate CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Studies Course length: 90 hrs. Course structure: Seven qualification units Internal assessment: Assignments. Self-review.  Learning review. Counselling practice  sessions. Case presentation. Feedback.  Tutorial records. External assessment: Contact CPCAB Entry requirements: CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in  Counselling Skills Course fee: € 1389.00 Registration fee: € 148.50 Other information: Contact CPCAB Course fees are subject to change. Fees are nonrefundable once a course has started. LEVEL 3 CPCAB 2-year Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, Integrative Course length: 420 hours (210 per year) Course structure: Seven qualification units Internal assessment: Evidence-based portfolio. Case  studies. Assignments. Self- and learning reviews.  Counselling practice sessions. Case presentations.  Client record. Supervision record. Therapy record.  Supervisor & agency feedback. Tutor/peer  feedback. Tutorial record. External assessment: Contact CPCAB Entry requirements: CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in  Counselling Skills and CPCAB Level 2 Certificate  in Counselling Studies Client hours: 100 hours minimum Course fee: € 2778 Registration fee: € 252.50 Other information: Contact CPCAB CSCT Introductory Courses CSCT Grief & Loss Counselling Skills & Theory Understanding Grief and Loss Course length: 210 hours Course structure: Seven qualification units. 10 study units  broken into skills & theory. Internal assessment: Course diary/journal. Practical  assessment. Case Study. Self-review. Learning  review. Skills assessments. Tutor and peer  feedback. External assessment: Portfolio and evidence of learning Entry requirements: Must have completed a minimum of  Level one skills and theory Course fee: € 2778.00 Registration fee: € 252.50 Course fees are subject to change. Fees are nonrefundable once a course has started.                                          Life-Skills Course (One-Year Certificate)  Ideal for transient families. Can be taken as one or more units/modules Unit One: Effective communication Unit Two: Assertion, passivity and aggression Unit Three: How to manage 'negative' emotions 

Unit Four: Prevention and management of stress 

Unit Five: How to's of feedback 

Unit Six: Creative problem solving Unit Seven: Decision making 

Unit Eight: Effective parenting 

Unit Nine: Truth, leisure and sexism Unit Ten: Conflict 

Unit Eleven: Groups and networks Unit Twelve: Networking Entry requirements: No previous training required Course fee: € 231.50 per module (10% discount for registering for all modules) Registration fee: € 252.50 


Weekend workshops • Self-Harm and Suicide • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) • Sexual Abuse • Short-Term & Brief Solution-Focussed Therapy • HIV & AIDS Counselling • Family Therapy 


Entry requirements: 

Counsellor training to certificate level or other associated training, for example, nursing, psychology, teaching, etc. 


Fees: Available upon request Course fees are subject to change. 


Fees are nonrefundable once a course has started. 

Why counselling Now

Creating a Community of Counsellors Tel +357 99039127 Mobile 


info@counsellingeurope.org dereklainsbury@whotmail.com http://www.counsellingeurope.com/ Derek Lainsbury MRSH Director of Counselling and Training 

We look forward to welcoming you to our counselling courses. 


WHY COUNSELLING NOW 

There are many different reasons why you might want to make use of our counselling service. You may wish to discuss an issue of personal importance to you, or work out a personal problem you have dealt with alone for some time. The counselling service is open to all. Reasons for coming to the counselling service may not always be clear and well defined. A general feeling of discomfort, or knowing that some things have not been going well personally, may indicate the right time to clarify your situation in a safe and confidential environment. Additionally, the counselling service offers workshops in an informal atmosphere with a group setting. This is a service being introduced mainly in English, but counsellors who are fluent in other languages are also available. We aim to provide a positive and supportive environment where you can receive one-to-one counselling. Take advantage of these opportunities. 


THE COUNSELLORS 

Your counsellor receives professional supervision and follows the European & British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy code of ethics and practice (a copy of which is available on request). This is to ensure that the work is conducted in a safe, ethical and effective way. You will be able to access the service on a weekly basis and you can contact the counselling service either through email or by telephone to make an appointment. The service is situated in our suite of offices, offering you a comfortable and private room. Sessions are by appointment and can usually be arranged within a week. CONFIDENTIAL 

Counsellors are committed to the concept of accountability; whatever is discussed within the counselling session is dealt with in a strictly confidential manner. AFFORDABLE 

We offer up to 26 sessions, which are free, although we welcome donations to assist in counsellors’ supervision and room rental.



BENEFITS 

You may want to use the service for many reasons, including some listed here: • Academic problems • Adjustment problems / culture shock • A sudden crisis • Bereavement or loss • Burn out • Concerns about career • Fears and anxieties • Fitting in • Loss and bereavement / relocation • Low self-esteem • Meeting expectations / exam stress • Problems with coping • Relationship difficulties • Sexual identity • Sports injury • Stress in school 


WHAT TO DO NEXT 

To make an appointment for an initial interview or to establish what your needs may be and how we might be able to help you, please contact Derek Lainsbury, who will refer you, or telephone: +357 99039127 Please leave your name and number and the nature of your enquiry in order that your call may be returned as soon as possible. All calls are treated in a completely confidential manner and no details about yourself or your call will be divulged to any other person outside of the organisation without your express permission. The only exception to this rule would be if we believed you or someone else to be at significant risk of serious harm. 

 

This would only be in extreme circumstances and would not be done without first discussing the options with you. 

Why counselling Now

Creating a Community of Counsellors Tel +357 99039127 Mobile 


info@counsellingeurope.org dereklainsbury@whotmail.com http://www.counsellingeurope.com/ Derek Lainsbury MRSH Director of Counselling and Training 

We look forward to welcoming you to our counselling courses. 


WHY COUNSELLING NOW 

There are many different reasons why you might want to make use of our counselling service. You may wish to discuss an issue of personal importance to you, or work out a personal problem you have dealt with alone for some time. The counselling service is open to all. Reasons for coming to the counselling service may not always be clear and well defined. A general feeling of discomfort, or knowing that some things have not been going well personally, may indicate the right time to clarify your situation in a safe and confidential environment. Additionally, the counselling service offers workshops in an informal atmosphere with a group setting. This is a service being introduced mainly in English, but counsellors who are fluent in other languages are also available. We aim to provide a positive and supportive environment where you can receive one-to-one counselling. Take advantage of these opportunities. 


THE COUNSELLORS 

Your counsellor receives professional supervision and follows the European & British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy code of ethics and practice (a copy of which is available on request). This is to ensure that the work is conducted in a safe, ethical and effective way. You will be able to access the service on a weekly basis and you can contact the counselling service either through email or by telephone to make an appointment. The service is situated in our suite of offices, offering you a comfortable and private room. Sessions are by appointment and can usually be arranged within a week. CONFIDENTIAL 

Counsellors are committed to the concept of accountability; whatever is discussed within the counselling session is dealt with in a strictly confidential manner. AFFORDABLE 

We offer up to 26 sessions, which are free, although we welcome donations to assist in counsellors’ supervision and room rental.



BENEFITS 

You may want to use the service for many reasons, including some listed here: • Academic problems • Adjustment problems / culture shock • A sudden crisis • Bereavement or loss • Burn out • Concerns about career • Fears and anxieties • Fitting in • Loss and bereavement / relocation • Low self-esteem • Meeting expectations / exam stress • Problems with coping • Relationship difficulties • Sexual identity • Sports injury • Stress in school 


WHAT TO DO NEXT 

To make an appointment for an initial interview or to establish what your needs may be and how we might be able to help you, please contact Derek Lainsbury, who will refer you, or telephone: +357 99039127 Please leave your name and number and the nature of your enquiry in order that your call may be returned as soon as possible. All calls are treated in a completely confidential manner and no details about yourself or your call will be divulged to any other person outside of the organisation without your express permission. The only exception to this rule would be if we believed you or someone else to be at significant risk of serious harm. 

 

This would only be in extreme circumstances and would not be done without first discussing the options with you. 

Pet Related Counselling

  

Pet-related counselling service
(working title: Pets R Us)

Setting: Under auspices of Counselling Europe: · Facilities · Insurance · Accreditation · Resources (tutors, other students)  Other facilities: · Contact veterinary services for possible use of facilities for counselling (for example, one morning a week) · Liaise with the Dierenambulance for 24-hour phone support · Rotate phone coverage among group · Set up Website (possibility of live ‘chat’ for providing practical information)

 Model: Person-centered, integrative Policies: General—client/problem: · All pet-related problems accepted (see referral policy below) · Walk-ins accepted for first visit, appointments thereafter, depending on problem · Assessment of client/problem at first visit if walk-in, with appropriate referral as necessary · Assessment over phone at first contact, with appropriate referral · Confidentiality assured · Six visit maximum (see referral policy below) · Sessions 50 minutes (many may be shorter) · Two no-shows allowed · Pet should not accompany client (too distracting)

  Referral: · Practical information available on § Local vets and veterinary specialists § Travel information (health certificates, vaccinations, shipping) § Alternative care (for people who have to part from their pets) § In-home pet services (dog-walkers, pet-sitters) § Kennels § Animal shelters § Crematoria and pet cemeteries · Specialist referrals for § Pet behavior problems (animal psychologists and trainers) § Problems that require more in-depth counselling (beyond service level A)  § All referrals discussed in group supervision; exceptions made with agreement of group

  Record keeping: · Data collected on type of visit and information requested (to monitor services required and adjust services offered as necessary) · Administrative information collected for insurance purposes (if client insurance will cover services) · Notes kept as required for student trainees · Length of time administrative records and notes are kept?


  Contract: · Simple verbal contract for counselling over one-two sessions · Contract similar to CECS for longer-term counselling

 Charges: Minimum €20 donation requested Support: Look for support from various animal charities and charities for the elderly   
 Marketing: · Veterinary services/hospitals · Moving agencies · Embassies and consulates · Large international companies · Animal shelters · Hospices · Retirement/nursing homes ·  Organizations for the homeless · Pet crematoria · Pet ambulance  

  

Pet Related Counselling

  

Pet-related counselling service
(working title: Pets R Us)

Setting: Under auspices of Counselling Europe: · Facilities · Insurance · Accreditation · Resources (tutors, other students)  Other facilities: · Contact veterinary services for possible use of facilities for counselling (for example, one morning a week) · Liaise with the Dierenambulance for 24-hour phone support · Rotate phone coverage among group · Set up Website (possibility of live ‘chat’ for providing practical information)

 Model: Person-centered, integrative Policies: General—client/problem: · All pet-related problems accepted (see referral policy below) · Walk-ins accepted for first visit, appointments thereafter, depending on problem · Assessment of client/problem at first visit if walk-in, with appropriate referral as necessary · Assessment over phone at first contact, with appropriate referral · Confidentiality assured · Six visit maximum (see referral policy below) · Sessions 50 minutes (many may be shorter) · Two no-shows allowed · Pet should not accompany client (too distracting)

  Referral: · Practical information available on § Local vets and veterinary specialists § Travel information (health certificates, vaccinations, shipping) § Alternative care (for people who have to part from their pets) § In-home pet services (dog-walkers, pet-sitters) § Kennels § Animal shelters § Crematoria and pet cemeteries · Specialist referrals for § Pet behavior problems (animal psychologists and trainers) § Problems that require more in-depth counselling (beyond service level A)  § All referrals discussed in group supervision; exceptions made with agreement of group

  Record keeping: · Data collected on type of visit and information requested (to monitor services required and adjust services offered as necessary) · Administrative information collected for insurance purposes (if client insurance will cover services) · Notes kept as required for student trainees · Length of time administrative records and notes are kept?


  Contract: · Simple verbal contract for counselling over one-two sessions · Contract similar to CECS for longer-term counselling

 Charges: Minimum €20 donation requested Support: Look for support from various animal charities and charities for the elderly   
 Marketing: · Veterinary services/hospitals · Moving agencies · Embassies and consulates · Large international companies · Animal shelters · Hospices · Retirement/nursing homes ·  Organizations for the homeless · Pet crematoria · Pet ambulance