I was delighted to be selected for training, though a little worried about whether I would be OK. Six years on, I am now thinking of training as a supervisor. I have found the work tough at times, but thoroughly rewarding, seeing couples and individuals in deep distress or fear gradually coming through this. It has been an education for me, and a privilege. (Susan)

Become a relationship counsellor

Please note we will not be running the 2018/19 and 2019/20 Certificate in Relationship Counselling course.

Are you a qualifi­ed counsellor (with a Level 4 Diploma in counselling or above and at least 100 supervised counselling hours) looking to extend your skills and provide professional relationship counselling to those in need? Enjoy further training, CPD, supervision and the benefi­ts of working for a national charity as part of a friendly local centre team.

For more information and to apply please check your nearest centre for vacancies and then read through how to become a relationship counsellor, our vision, mission and values and the role description before filling in the application form and equal opps form returning to volunteer@marriagecare.wpengine.com along with scans/photos of your counselling diploma certificate(s).

If you are already qualified in relationship counselling please click here to find out more about joining us as a Qualified Relationship Counsellor!

Placements at Marriage Care

Unfortunately, due to a lack of resources, Marriage Care is unable to offer counselling placements to students on external courses. The BACP has a placement data base (for BACP student members only) which might be helpful. We would most warmly welcome an application from you when you have completed your studies and delivered at least 100 hours supervised counselling.

 

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