Alliance Child and Family Team offer a placement scheme for trainees who are currently undertaking a Diploma in Counselling or Psychotherapy or a course providing an equivalent level of training such as a Foundation degree or Counselling Psychology Doctorate Programme. Many placement settings will be within schools and colleges and will be working with children and young people aged 8-18.
To apply for a Counselling Placement, you need to have completed or be studying towards a:
Some courses do not accept child counselling hours, so please check with your tutor before applying.
We also welcome trained counsellors, therapists and counselling/clinical psychologists willing to give their time to support our valuable work.
We encourage applications from different backgrounds and communities.
Once we’ve assessed your application, we may invite you for an interview. If you are successful, we will arrange for you to have an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service DBS or Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check. Successful trainees then attend an induction programme provided by Alliance prior to beginning the placement. Trainees are also be expected to attend any relevant training offered by Alliance during the period of this placement.
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