An Introduction to Successful Counselling

This course is an introduction to counselling that will teach you about the most significant factors associated with successful treatment outcomes in counselling and psychotherapy.

37 Students

Course Highlights

  • Includes 14 lectures and 1.5 hours of content.
  • It will will explore the benefits of Practice Based Evidence.
  • It will review relationship factors, therapist factors, client factors, model factors, and placebo.
  • It critiques the Evidence Based Practice movement for over emphasizing techniques and models more so than factors that research shows have much larger impacts on treatment outcomes.
  • Suitable for professional development for people who provide counselling, or who are enrolled in counselling related studies.
  • This course can qualify for CPD credits (please check with your local professional association before enrolling specifically for this purpose).

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An Introduction to Successful Counselling

Nathan Beel
Nathan Beel, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

Lectures14
LanguageEnglish
Course requirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course.
AccessUnlimited
Eligible for NUS Student Discount CardYes

Course Teacher

Nathan Beel

University lecturer, Counsellor, Clinical Supervisor

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This introduction to counselling course will teach you about the factors associated with successful counselling outcomes and how to integrate these into their treatment planning and therapeutic activities. It critiques the Evidence Based Practice movement and analyses factors associated with therapeutic change from a number of counselling approaches so that you can integrate this knowledge into your treatment design and client interactions.

Nathan Beel is a university lecturer, counsellor, and clinical supervisor. He has three degrees in counselling and is currently undertaking doctoral studies. He has taught, published, and presented in a wide range of counselling related topics, and has delivered counselling services for the past 20 years.

This course is suitable for anyone who wants to explore the benefits of incorporating Practice Based Evidence as a beneficial habit into treatment to further maximise therapist awareness and treatment outcomes. It is ideal as professional development for people who provide counselling, or who are enrolled in counselling related studies.