Counselling Services Nottingham is run by me, my name is Andrew Harvey. I have decided to list my qualifications on-going studies , as so many other counsellors do , and I realized I hadn’t . so here is a list of some or my professional development and qualifications .. any questions, or clarification please , drop me an email, always happy to help, if I can Andrew
Counselling Services Nottingham’s therapist Andrew Harvey’s Qualifications and Training
Ongoing Foundation Degree in Counselling – Open University / cpcab
Ongoing Level 5 in Psychotherapeutic Counselling – Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Award Body. (cpcab)
2013 Certificate of Proficiency – British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists (BACP)
2012 – 2013 Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling – Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Award Body. (cpcab)
2012 Diverse perspectives on mental health – Open University
2011 – 2012 Certificate in Mental Health Studies – Open University
2011 Counselling: exploring fear and sadness – Open University
2010 Challenging ideas in mental health – Open University
2009 Introduction to counselling – Open University
2009 Certificate in Counselling Skills – Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Award Body. (cpcab)
2014 1 day Breakaway Training – Cambian Health Care. (For my work as A Independent Menatl Health Advocate)
2014 (6 wks.) Understanding drugs and addiction – Kings College London. (Online)
2013 – 2014 Foundations for Growth – Priory Healthcare.
All the following are short online 1 hour CPD events.
2014 Motivational Interviewing: A technique for your practice? – Buck Black
3014 Counselling for Depression (cfd): My experience as a trainer – Kate Hayes
2014 Helping Families to recover in Addiction, Trauma and Mental Health – Noel Mc Dermott
2014 Beyond the frontiers of person-centred purism: Pluralism and experiencing diversity of therapeutic practices – WAPCEPC – Mick Cooper
2013 Introducing 12 Step Recovery – Noel McDermott
2013 The Big Debate – what do people with addictions want or need from counsellors?
2013 How to work effectively with substance users – Sarah Lobe & Jane Edwards
2013 Systematic outcome and process feedback: A person-centred practice – Mick Cooper
I also have a commitment to being as “current” as possible, and use credible research to both inform my practice and guide my on-going learning… in other words , when I see something I can see will help clients, I put the time and effort in to lean and incorporate what’s appropriate in my work.