Level 2 Certificate in Humanistic Counselling

NCS Quality Checked

£55.00 per month *( Price excludes upfront registration
payment of £46.00) * For 6 months.
Humanistic C

Humanistic Counselling is about the personal nature of the human experience.

Love, creativity, meaning and understanding of the individual human being are all central to this vital and popular form of counselling.

Whatever your previous experience of studying, this course can be right for you.

The online course in humanistic counselling will enable you to gain a comprehensive understanding of humanistic counselling. You’ll learn about the history of this popular method, notable therapists and theories, together with a practical understanding of how to apply the skills in daily life.

If you’re an existing Therapist, you can use this course to add Humanistic Counselling to your therapeutic toolkit or for professional development.

This course is recognised and Quality Checked by the National Counselling Society which holds an Accredited Register, recognised by the Professional Standards Authority.

Our Certificate in Humanistic Counselling course provides a good first step towards a counselling career or offers existing therapists a chance to expand their learning through CPD.

Payment Options

Payment in Full:

Receive a 10% discount at the time of purchase when you pay in full.

Course fees: £297.00

Registration fee: £46.00

Total Cost of the Course: £343.00

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Monthly Payment Plan:

Initial deposit: £55.00

Registration fee: £46.00

Total at the time of purchase: £101.00

Followed by 5 monthly instalments of £55.00

Total Cost of the Course: £376.00

How will my course work?

Moodle is a VLE, or virtual learning environment, that was created specifically for online courses, and is designed to be easy to use, interactive and helpful.

Once you’ve enrolled and received your login, you’ll be able to access your course, which is easy to follow and designed so that you always know where you are, what you have to do and how you can progress through the course.

Each module is presented as a book, you just ‘turn’ the pages as you work through the module. Moodle gives us the opportunity to provide you with varied activities to help your learning in each unit, such as quizzes and interactive material. Resources such as videos are used in units whenever possible, so you don’t have to leave the Moodle to view them and you don’t need to download lots of documents.

On Moodle, it’s easy to:

  • Complete unit activities
  • Check your answers to unit activities
  • Submit your assessments
  • Receive feedback from an assessor
  • Keep up to date with any news or announcements relevant to your Diploma
  • Send and receive messages

One thing you always need to keep in mind – you can’t break it!

What help is available on the courses?

Once you enrol, you will have access to your course units and will be provided with a student handbook. In addition, an expert assessor will provide feedback on all of your assessments.

We also have a student team that you can contact for support via email or over the phone.

How much time will I need?

The guided learning time for this Level 2 Certificate in Humanist Counselling is 130 hours in total.

What's the quickest time I could qualify?

Once enrolled you are given a total of 2 years to complete your diploma. The completion time varies depending on individual circumstances and how much time can be dedicated to working through and completing the diploma.

What's the longest I could take?

The longest you would be allowed to complete your course would be 2 years from the date you start the course.

Certification

Although there are no statutory regulations governing the title ‘Counsellor’ we would not recommend that you would be able to claim yourself to be a competent practitioner by only doing our online course, or indeed any other distance learning course in this field.

Our courses are designed to be an introductory step in the process and if you decide you’d like to pursue it as a career; we would advise undertaking a professional level, face-to-face course which gives you the necessary supervised hours you would require to enter this sector.

On completion of the course, you will achieve:

  • A Level 2 Qualification recognised by AIM Awards and quality checked by The National Counselling Society
  • An Aspire Courses Level 2 Certificate in Humanistic Counselling
  • Guaranteed interview for face-to-face professional counselling training held in 30 venues across the UK which offers a route to the Accredited Register
  • 10% Discount on professional training if successful.

Important

Payment Options

You can either pay in full at the time of purchase or by monthly payment schemes

Any awarding body registrations fees are required to be paid upfront.


Payment in Full:

Receive a 10% discount on courses fees at the time of purchase when you pay in full

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Monthly Payment Plan:

Pay an initial deposit and Awarding body Registration fee at the time of purchase

Followed by either 5 or 11 monthly instalments depending on the qualification


WORRIED ABOUT RETURNING TO STUDYING?

The whole purpose of an Aspire Online Course is to help people in your situation to be successful.

Many people are nervous when they start a course, particularly if they haven't been in a classroom for some time. At Aspire, we are aware of this and have taken it into account when designing all of our; you won't be thrown in at the deep end or tested on things that you forgot years ago. Our online courses are designed to be easy to understand and you’ll be supported in your learning.


Subjects Covered

Module 1 Syllabus

Humanistic Theory
No.Subject UnitGraded
1

1. Defining Humanistic Counselling

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2

2. Some misconceptions of counselling

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3

3. Introduction to Carl Rogers

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4

4. Three core conditions

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5

5. Introduction to Gestalt Therapy

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6

6. Working non-verbal communication

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7

7. Developing skills in Humanistic practice

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8

8. Helping the client to help themselves

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9

9. Working in the present

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10

10. The organismic self v. Self concepts

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Module 2 Syllabus

Humanistic Approaches to Counselling
No.Subject UnitGraded
1

1. Introduction to Abraham Maslow and his Hierarchy of Needs

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2

2. Application of Maslow’s theory to everyday life

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3

3. Is Humanistic Theory Idealistic or Realistic?

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4

4. Working with or without techniques

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5

5. Anxiety from the Humanistic Perspective

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6

6. Gestalt’s Four Foundations

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Module 3 Syllabus

Values and Ethics in Humanistic Counselling
No.Subject UnitGraded
1

1. The importance of communication

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2

2. Introduction to Transactional Analysis (T.A.)

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3

3. Factors which affect each of us

The Four Ultimate Concerns from Existentialism

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4

4. Phenomenology

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5

5. Counsellor’s anxiety

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6

6. Skills of immediacy and challenge

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7

7. Integrating the learning from this course

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