Stonebridge you're fab!

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I would just like to say how much I have enjoyed being a student so far. I have graduated with the following diploma's since 2010: Basic counselling, Advanced counselling, Professional therapeutic counselling, Stress management, Advanced stress management coaching and consultancy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Domestic violence and the restorative process, Drug and alcohol counselling- and, have began working in private practice as a counsellor, coach and stress management therapist. Because of these qualifications I have been awarded professional, safe and competent to practice by The National Counselling Society and am now a full member (MNCS). I have found Stonebridge to be on the ball with recent developments, professional, ethical, able to provide quality assistance and the certificates and courses are of an exceptionally high standard of quality, assessed rigorously and have opened doors to me to further my career. I have not finished with you yet- I intend on continuing to study with you for CPD purposes and have a few more courses lined up. I would like to say however that I have not felt the need for much contact with my tutor as I find the course text and materials to be of a high enough standard not to require further information on course assignments, and have developed an avid interest in research for each assignment to learn more. Thankyou Stonebridge for all you have done so far, keep up the good work!
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Louise Mullins, Champion

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Brian Latta, Champion

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hi there, i have done 'anger & aggression management', just finished 'advanced psychotherapy' and half way through 'anger management profissional coach and consultancy'. was thinking about 'post-traumatic stress disorder' as my next course, what was your opinion of the course? its that or 'Drug, Solvent & Alcohol Abuse Counselling'
would love to hear your opinion and advice?

brian
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Louise Mullins, Champion

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Hi Brian, The Dip. in PTSD was very good, assignments were sometimes difficult but enabled me to gain the extra skills I need in my line of work. I found the drug and alcohol counselling course very informative too and has enabled me to specialise in addiction. I recommend both. I must say if you are using these qualifications in care/health or therapeutic context both are invaluable and there are not enough male therapists working in trauma/abuse/PTSD therapy so it will prove of great benefit.
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Brian Latta, Champion

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thank you for you great input x i think i will go for both :o) ..... well maybe one at a time though x hahaha
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Simona Skardziute

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JUst wanted to ask, did you register with HCPC (health and care professions council), as without pin number you cannot really practise. Did they accepted these qualifications?
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Brian Latta, Champion

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you do not register with the HCPC as you are a complimentry therapist not a health care professional :o)