Nathan Beel

University lecturer, Counsellor, Clinical Supervisor

About Nathan Beel

Nathan Beel is a university lecturer, counsellor, and clinical supervisor. He has three degrees in counselling, including a Master of Counselling, and is currently undertaking doctoral studies. Nathan has taught, published, and presented in a wide range of counselling related topics, and has delivered counselling services for the past 20 years. He is a Registrant and endorsed Supervisor of the Psychotherapy and Counsellors Federation of Australia (PACFA), and a Clinical Member of the Queensland Counsellors Association (QCA).

Teaching

This course is an Introduction to Male-Friendly Counselling, designed to help you understand men and implement strategies to engage men in therapy and encourage them to talk about their issues.

£100.00

  73 students

This 3 course counselling bundle will provide you with the skills and tips that can be used on children and adolescents, how to achieve successful outcomes in counselling and how to open your own counselling practise.

£150.00

  163 students

These four courses will teach you the empathy, counselling and care-giving skills required to work with elderly and disabled people and allow them to live independently

£150.00

  54 students

4 courses in 1: Learn how positive psychology can help you feel more fulfilled & confident and less anxious & self-doubtful!

£150.00

  56 students

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.

£100.00

  240 students

Learn how to control your inner critic by understanding the psychological processes associated with low self-esteem, depression & anxiety.

£100.00

  98 students