Welcome to the
London School of Counselling (LSC)

Your Learning Journey Begins With Us

We are an education provider that specialises in providing high quality inclusive counselling courses. Our training prepares students for a successful career in counselling and other helping roles. Our counselling courses are practical and experiential offering both personal and professional development, promoting well-being and increased self-awareness.

At LSC, we keep our classes small so that every student gets the support they need to have the best learning experience. We believe that every student should feel valued and encouraged to take an active part in their learning. We believe in supporting individuals, not targets and that learning is for life, not just to pass a test.  

We have a team of highly experienced fully qualified tutors who are also established practitioners with backgrounds in counselling, psychotherapy, life coaching, hypnotherapy, teaching, training, group facilitation and clinical supervision. LSC courses are designed to be enjoyable, challenging, compassionate and rewarding, helping you to help others. 

We are passionate about counselling and counselling courses and welcome students from all academic and non-academic backgrounds. Whether you’re new to the field of counselling or have already begun your journey, we can help you reach your potential. If you want to help others and are open to learning new skills, LSC is the place for you. 

LSC actively promotes the principles of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the National Counselling Society (NCS) ethical frameworks throughout all their courses.

View From the Therapy Room

On Becoming a Counsellor

Shadowing Teaching 

On Becoming a Counsellor

Shadowing Teaching 

The Passionate Pursuit of Education: What Motivates Counsellors to Teach? – By Errolie Sermaine & Vic Norman

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As part of diversity training I've always included a Privilege Walk. When we started online I converted it to a template game instead of a walk and realised thay an actual "walk" had so many inbuilt privileges

We get many people applying for Level 3 courses having done a distance learning Level 2. We don't accept those for all kinds of reasons but what is everybody else's thoughts?

Our next Level 2 Counselling course will begin in April just after Easter and will be online on Wednesday mornings. If anyone is interested, please let us know