Level 4 Counselling Certificate in Working with Addictive Behaviours
JMC Counselling & Training
Over the 15 weeks you will learn:
The training will focus on a number of theoretical approaches to working with addictions, as well as the development of many new skills.
How to look after self, ways to avoid becoming affected by working with those who are affected by addictions.
In today’s world, those who suffer from addiction, are under terrible pressure, suffering tremendous amounts of anxiety, depression, and stress. Thoughts and feelings such as these, can drive such individuals to attempt to counter such negative experiences by drinking even more alcohol, take even more drugs, which leads in many cases to self-harming or even to suicide.
The course will cover working with such issues, and additional issues such as working with those who suffer from PTSD, trauma, domestic violence or even exam stress. A lot of individuals will use chemicals to counter such pressures often leading to a secondary problem, which in many cases is more intense than the original difficulty.
- Health and wellbeing
Date and Time
Unit 23, CDDA
51 Dungannon Rd
This course is a must for: Counsellors, School Teachers, Social Workers, Nurses, Psychotherapists, Reflexologists, Complimentary Therapists, Community Workers, or anyone who works with children and young people in the community or in another context.