Course Description

BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy



BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy is course run by PCI College, Dublin. It is a 'Classroom Based' course with a duration of 4 academic yrs. BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy gives a Course Qualification of Honours Bachelor Degree. For more information about BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy at PCI College, please review the details below.

Counselling & Psychotherapy Part-Time Course at PCI College

So what will you achieve with PCI College?  

  • Outstanding individual support in a unique classroom environment that is both experiential  and theoretical.
  • You will gain a professional qualification in order to practice as an accredited psychotherapist.
  • You will achieve an honours bachelor of science degree validated by Middlesex University.


Venue: 
Dublin West*, Dublin City Centre, Athlone, Cork, Limerick & Kilkenny.

**Please see more details about our Belfast degree by clicking here.

Next Start Date: 

Provisional Start Dates (Subject to Change):

Weekend Classes – September 2020

Dublin West Weekdays – September 2020

Dublin City Weekdays – September 2020

Kilkenny Weekdays – September 2020

Assessment: Assignments

Duration: Four years, part-time.
Award:Middlesex University BSc (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy*

Level: Level 6 FHEQ (Comparable to Level 8 NFQ)
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Timetable*:

Dublin West
Weekday Afternoon (14:00-19:00)
OR
Every Second Weekend (Fri 18:30-21:30 & Sat 9.30-17:30)

Dublin City Centre
Weekday Afternoon (14.00-19.00)
OR
Every Second Weekend (Fri 18:30-21:30 & Sat 9.30-17:30)

Athlone

Every Second Weekend (Fri 18.30-21.30 & Sat 9.30-17.30)

Cork
Every Second Weekend (Fri 18.30-21.30 & Sat 9.30-17.30)

Limerick
Every Second Weekend (Fri 18:30-21:30 & Sat 9.30-17:30)

Kilkenny
Weekday Afternoon (14:00-19:00)

This programme was developed and is delivered and assessed by PCI College, awarded by and quality assured by Middlesex University. FHEQ (Framework for Higher Education Qualification) is the UK National Framework of Qualifications.

*Please Note: Course Inductions will be held the week before start date. You will receive full details with your timetable following your acceptance.
Group Supervision starts in 2nd Year and will be outside your standard timetable hours. It is 2 hours once a month.

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Training ProviderPCI College
Course LocationLimerick
Course TypeClassroom Based
Course QualificationHonours Bachelor Degree
Awarding Body DetailsMiddlesex University BSc (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy
Course Start Date20th September 2020
Course Duration4 academic yrs
Course TimeTimetable*: Provisional Start Dates (Subject to Change): Weekend Classes - September 2020 Dublin West Weekdays - September 2020 Dublin City Weekdays - September 2020 Kilkenny Weekdays - September 2020
Course Fee0.00
Entry RequirementsEligibility: 1. Applicants should possess a maturity to reflect on their own development as a person. 2. Applicants need to have successfully completed a: Certificate Course in Counselling & Psychotherapy (or similar) OR Equivalent: · Work/Volunteer training with a substantial counselling element.* · Level 7+ (NFQ) course in Psychology, Social Care/Social Work, Psychiatric Nursing or Equivalent.* 3.Entry is by application form and interview *Entry onto the BSc (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy may require catch-up work to be completed. This is based on assessment of your prior learning, which will be discussed at Interview.
Carear PathCareer Path: Counselling is a fulfilling career and can change your life as well as others. People who become counsellors are genuinely interested in human behaviour and have a strong desire to help others improve their mental well-being. They are also skilled at interacting with people on a personal level, while maintaining a professional relationship. Today more than ever there is a massive need for trained counsellors and psychotherapists in Ireland. Indeed there is increased acknowledgement of the growing need for Counsellors within the HSE, Community Primary Care Groups, Schools and the Private Sector. Our BSc (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy ensures that you have equipped yourself with the necessary qualification and training to be recognised and effective. Once you have completed your professional training, there are many routes open to you; You may wish to set up a Private Practice, join an agency or work for an organisation such as the HSE, a School, a Charity or a State-Body. Accreditation The IACP provides standards of practice, professional identification, education/training and regulation for the counselling and psychotherapy profession in Ireland. The PCI College professional counsellor/psychotherapist training programme, the course is fully accredited by the IACP in all PCI College venues. Full details on IACP Accreditation can be found here. PCI College have been providing their BSc in Counselling & Psychotherapy since 1997. It is validated by Middlesex University and recognised both nationally and internationally. It is Level 6 FHEQ (Comparable to Level 8 NFQ) Professional accreditation is an important requirement for those wishing to practice as professional therapists in Ireland. In the absence of Government regulation of the profession, accreditation bodies such as the IACP provide standards of practice which give reassurance on training quality and ethical conduct to individuals and organisations seeking professional counselling services. While government regulation is planned and the process to structure regulation has begun, it may yet take some time before this is completed and implemented. In the meantime, the IACP and other recognised accreditation bodies will continue to set and monitor the standards of best practice and professional training for therapists in Ireland.
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