Explore the strategies of counselling with the Bereavement and Grief Counselling Diploma Level 3 course.
The course focuses, particularly on Bereavement and Grief counselling. Both bereavement and grief counselling are two form of psychotherapy that aims to solve problems related to bereavement and grief. These psychotherapies aim to help people to cope with the physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and cognitive responses to loss. These experiences are commonly brought by the loss or death of a beloved person. In this course, you will learn the strategies of how to deal with the problems and how to recover yourself from the deep grief or mourning and master the strategies of adjusting to unexpected or violent death.
The concept of death, dying and the ways of recovering grief and mourning will be discussed in the course that will be followed by the discussion on the five stages of the grieving process that most people go through. You will also know about the human believes regarding death and dying and know how children view death and how they cope with grieving.
Instead of these, the course illustrates the concepts of depression and its types such as grief, sadness, and other depression and teaches you how to overcome depression. You will able to recognise ‘clinical depression’ or a severe form of depression. The course teaches you the available treatments for the problems and explains the various counselling process and methods.
In short, the course is designed for the people who want to know more about grief and bereavement counselling or working in the counselling sector.
Bereavement is the time you spend adjusting to the loss of our near and dear one. Bereavement counselling can provide support during these very difficult times. Grief counselling is also necessary as grief can shake everything up. Grief can change your feelings, mood, routines, or even your normal senses.
Both bereavement and grief take time. It is a gradual process to come to the sense that you have lost something very important and you need to find an acceptance so that you may move forward. The course covers everything you need to know if you want to counsel someone suffering from grief and bereavement.
Key features of the course:
- Lifetime access to the course
- No hidden fees, only pay the price of the course which includes exam fees.
- Recognised qualification upon successful completion of the course
- Study from anywhere, anytime, whenever it is convenient for you.
- Affordable and engaging e-learning study materials
- Study at your own pace from tablet, PC or smartphone
- Online tutor support when you are in need.
Who is this course for?
There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.
Assessment and Certification
This course does not involve any exams. Students need to answer 2 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). After submitting the assignments, the Instructor will check and assess the work. Those who pass this test will have the qualification of Bereavement and Grief Counselling Diploma Level 3. Certificate will be produced in PDF format at an additional cost of £8.99 and Printed Hardcopy at £12.99.
|About the Instructor & the Course
|Introduction to Grief & Bereavement
|What is counselling: Introduction to Counselling Theory
|Core Skills in Counselling
|Counselling Approaches in Counselling
|What is ‘Grief’ and ‘Bereavement’?
|The Role of the Bereavement Counsellor
|Attitudes Towards ‘Death’ and ‘Dying’
|Beliefs that people held about ‘death’ and ‘dying’
|A child and adolescent view of death
|Spirituality and Religion
|What Happens When We Die
|The process of dying
|Stages of Grief
|What is ‘Complicated grief’?
|Depression Related to Grief and Bereavement
|Sadness Vs Depression
|Grief Vs Depression
|Types of Depression
|Diagnosis of Depression
|Treatments available for depression
|Counselling Process and Methods
|Grief counselling: The loss of ‘self’
|Adjusting to violent death
|Counselling the dying
|Acceptance, Surrender, and ‘Letting go’
|Ending long-term counselling and follow-up
|Thank You and Good Bye!
|Certificate and Transcript
|Order Your Certificates or Transcripts
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