The Northern Hub is led by Liz Mole – BA (Hons) Counselling, MA in Relational Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Liz has many years’ experience as a counsellor in private practice and has been a tutor on the BA (Hons) Counselling programme at Waverley Abbey College. Liz is supported by a team of local tutors.
Students will have access to a wealth of study material through the College’s Virtual Learning Environment and online Library. Lectures in specialist areas will be live-streamed from Waverley Abbey College’s main campus in Surrey.
Waverley Certificate in Christian Counselling
One day a week – non-residential
This course gives an introduction to counselling theory and the Waverley Integrative Framework. Successful completion can give access to both the second year of the Diploma of Higher Education – Counselling at the Northern Hub or potentially the BA (Hons) or MA Counselling, currently offered at Waverley Abbey House in Farnham, Surrey.
Higher Education Programme
Counselling – Diploma of Higher Education
One day a week – non-residential
Successful completion of this programme leads to the award of a Diploma of Higher Education – Counselling. This award will enable you to apply for professional accreditation* once the requirement of clinical hours has been met.
On successful completion of this programme you will receive a Middlesex University award.
*Awarding accredited status is at the discretion of the professional body
Dates and fees
You can download the Undergraduate Counselling Fees and Dates for 2020-21 here
For more information about your study options email: email@example.com or call 01252 784731
The Insight Days have been developed in response to the growing need to help people understand and work through key issues that many of us struggle with. The courses draw on real-life case studies, biblical examples and counselling practices and offer insight on important mental health issues.
Insight into Disappointment
Date: Saturday 14 November 2020
Time: 10am – 1pm cost £15
This half-day course will help both those working with others through the impact of disappointment, and those who themselves face such testing and difficult times.
Delegates will gain an insight into why disappointment can be devastating for some people andachieve a deeper understanding of the emotional effects of disappointment There will be a combination of teaching with time for reflection.
Refreshments will be provided
Insight into Loss and Bereavement
Date: Saturday 28 November 2020
Time: 9.30am – 5pm
This is a day of teaching and reflection and is designed to help process the loss you, or someone you are supporting, has suffered. The course will help you gain insight into the significance of the loss and why it may feel like an impasse.
Practical advice with a time to reflect and apply it to personal circumstances will be given, as well as space and support if at any time you feel overwhelmed. The insight gained through the teaching and reflection helps in thinking about how to take the next step in moving on.
Delegates are asked to bring their own lunch, but refreshments will be provided
If you would like further information on any of our programmes and courses at our Northern Hub, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01252 784731
Written from personal and professional experience, CWR’s Insight books are comprehensive and practical written guides that will help those suffering, as well as those standing alongside others who need support.