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Clinical Supervision Training: Course Leader and Guest Trainer Opportunities

We are currently seeking a talented and enthusiastic counselling professional who has the skills and experience to undertake the role of Course Leader for our Clinical Supervision Training, in addition we would like to hear from Supervisors who would be interested in being a guest trainer on the training.

To ensure the quality of our CPD provision it is important that we work with Course Leaders and Trainers who hold the appropriate expertise and share our values and commitment to quality. 

If you feel either of these roles may be of interest to you and you would like to find out more about these opportunities please contact Julia Charlesworth on julia.charlesworth@basingstokecounselling.org or 01256 843125.

At BCS we feel strongly that high-quality, rigorous CPD should be available to our local therapeutic community within our community. This enables Counsellors and Psychotherapists to benefit from collaboration and networking whilst experiencing high-calibre robust training. Our Certificate in Couples Counselling, run over five weekends, is a perfect example of this.

In line with this philosophy, and as part of our expanding CPD programme, we have identified the need for Clinical Supervision Training.  The course will meet BACP and UKCP requirements and will take place at weekends over an eight-to-ten-month period (to be agreed with the Course Leader). The training will be run from our offices in central Basingstoke.

Counselling Placements and Volunteer Counsellors

BCS welcomes applications from trainee counsellors looking for a placement or qualified counsellors keen to volunteer their time and skills.

Attending weekly group supervision is a requirement when counselling clients at BCS. We currently have spaces within the following groups: Monday evenings, Wednesday mornings, Thursday mornings and Thursday afternoons.

For further details on applying, please see the Application and Selection Guidelines for Applicants and External Assessment – Guidelines for Applicants.

Please also see the Counsellors’ Expectations of BCS and BCS Expectations of Counsellors document, which describes what BCS provides for counsellors who undertake counselling of BCS clients, and what BCS in turn expects of such counsellors.

Please note that we are unable to consider applications from counsellors in training unless trainees are able to start the placement within approximately two months. Applications made too far in advance mean that it is difficult for us to predict how trainees would develop over the intervening months and it is important for us to get as good an understanding as possible of where trainees are at the point at which they would begin seeing clients at BCS. We are also unable to predict what spaces we may have available in supervision groups too far in advance.

As the application form requires you to complete it in one go, in preparation for applying we recommend you read through our guidance form, which will help you gather the information required in advance of completing it. Once you are ready, if you wish to submit an application for consideration, please apply via our online Application Form.

Once you have submitted your application form, our Admin Team will receive an automatic notification that a new application form has been received. They will then be in touch regarding next steps.

If you have any queries or would like an informal chat prior to applying, please contact us on 01256 843125 or info@basingstokecounselling.org.uk

N.B.  Our office and counselling rooms are located on the first floor of a Grade II Listed building owned by Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council.  Regrettably there is no disabled access.

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