Peace of Mind training is positively life changing for the therapist; in the same way we want our treatment to be positively life changing for the client.
We run workshops in CBT, ACT and FAP skills with special emphasis on in-session therapeutic processes. Our training is hands-on experiential, so be prepared to dive deep.
Our 12-weeks training is emotionally intense and rigorous, and will suit volunteers who are eager to learn, and most importantly be courageously self-reflective and compassionate.
Peace of Mind is committed to creating an inclusive community for our therapists. Read our
Peace of Mind is committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone and we actively encourage applications from all sections of the community. Regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, marital status, pregnancy, race, religion or belief, applicants will be considered based on their abilities, qualifications and Peace of Mind’s business needs.
We are continuously working to improve the diversity of our workforce and we strive to provide an inclusive working environment where people feel respected and supported in fulfilling their potential.
As we want to reflect the diversity of the communities we work in, we particularly encourage applications from male candidates alongside candidates from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
What we need from you
To take up a volunteer clinical placement, you will need to be a qualified Counsellor, Therapist or Clinical/Counselling Psychologist. Alternatively you will be studying towards one of the following qualifications:
• Diploma in Counselling
• Degree or Masters in Counselling, Counselling/Clinical Psychology,
Psychotherapy or Art Therapy