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Student Placements

Students placement opportunities in the Counselling Services at Hart Voluntary Action.

121 Youth Counselling – Student Counsellor placements

We do not currently have any available placements in our Youth Counselling Services working with 18+ clients.  If you would like us to contact you once a placement becomes available, please email 121@hartvolaction.org.uk and provide us with you name, email address and the course you are currently studying on.

We do have placements available for working with clients aged 11 – 17 for those Counsellors who are studying on a course that cover Counselling Adolescents or for Counsellors who are already qualified to work with adolescents.

Our Youth Counselling Service sees Young People aged 11 – 25.  We take on placement students in both the 11- 17-year-old age group and the 18+ age group.  To work with 11 – 16-year-olds you must be on a course which is either focused on this age group or includes a module for working with this age group.

Placement students will be asked to see three clients a week as a minimum.  All sessions take place between 3:30pm and 9:00pm on weekdays.  We provide a 2-hour group supervision session once a month for our Counsellors and you are expected to attend these.  The groups take place during the working day.

Counselling can be either face-to-face or online.  For a Counsellor to provide online Counselling they must have completed some training in working online with clients.  Face-to-face sessions take place at a variety of locations across the Hart District including the annex at Odiham Cottage Hospital, Fleet Citizens Advice bureau and a couple of Doctors surgeries in Hartley Wintney and Yateley.

121 Adult Counselling – Student Counsellor placements

We do not currently have any available placements in our Adult Counselling Services.  If you would like us to contact you once a placement becomes available, please email 121@hartvolaction.org.uk and provide us with you name, email address and the course you are currently studying on.

Our Adult Counselling Service sees adults aged 18+ who live in, work in or are registered with a Doctor in the Hart District.  The focus of the service is the prevention of suicide in adults.

Placement students will be asked to see three clients a week as a minimum.  Sessions can take place on weekdays either during the day or in the evening.  We provide a 2-hour group supervision session once a month for our Counsellors and you are expected to attend these.  The group is currently on a Wednesday morning from 10:00 until 12:00.

Counselling can be either face-to-face or online.  For a Counsellor to provide online Counselling they must have completed some training in working online with clients.  Face-to-face sessions take place at a variety of locations across the Hart District including the annex at Odiham Cottage Hospital, Fleet Citizens Advice bureau and a couple of Doctors surgeries in Hartley Wintney and Yateley.

Family Therapy – Family Worker placements

As part of this service we are looking to take on students who want a placement working in a Family Therapy service.  Students will need to be working towards a qualification that includes a Family and/or Systemic Psychotherapy element or equivalent.

The Placement Family Worker will be expected to offer 3 hours a week minimum and provide assessment and family sessions. Sessions will be held at locations across the Hart and Rushmoor districts.  All students will be supervised by a fully qualified supervisor and Family Therapist who will support them in their work.

Please find the Placement Family Worker – Role Description here.

If you require more information please email us at familytherapy@hartvolaction.org.uk   If you would like to apply please complete the Application Form and return to familytherapy@hartvolaction.org.uk

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