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To enter a counselling psychology training programme, you will need either an undergraduate or Master’s degree that is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and leads to graduate membership. As well as this, you will need some experience working with adults or children. 

To qualify, counselling psychologists complete a Health and Care Professions Council-accredited practitioner doctoral degree, which require at least 450 hours of supervised counselling practice over three or more years. These hours should be undertaken in a variety of settings. Trainees are also required to receive personal therapy during training.  

listen to each other more
no matter where our suffering comes from But if there is someone who is willing to listen to us Let us tell our hearts without interruption. Although he did not give any advice. We felt much more at ease. So let's switch roles. Sometimes we tell people close to us. Sometimes we listen to people close to us. If we can be a spiritual shelter for each other Our hearts will be strong Our mental health will be strong. And our relationship with those close to us will be strong as well.

relationship with others Sure, we can love, hate, help. and can hurt others Social psychologists study all of these because they deal with the relationship between people and people. Social psychologists study love and relationships. since what is love Are there any factors that make people like each other equally? How to maintain a couple's relationship

How can I fix problems in a relationship? love then hate Social psychologists study group discrimination. This means disliking someone or a group of people just because they belong to them, which is an unfair stereotype, such as insulting women. It could cause women to be excluded from becoming leaders in the agency. insulting people from countries that we consider to be underdeveloped, etc.