TyneMet Counselling continue to make inroads in new areas this year. Rob has created and delivered a bespoke version of NCFE?s Helping Skills Level course for the nurses of the transplant ward at the NHS Freeman hospital.
The charity ?Transplant Association? have funded a team of nurses to develop the use of counselling skills in their work. This is the first time TyneMet counselling have worked directly with NHS staff and feedback from the course has been very positive. Rob said ? It has been the greatest of privileges to work with the nurses of the Freeman Hospital, they are recognised not only country wide but world wide for the incredible work they all do for their patients. The nurses have all been wonderful to work with and we continue to work with new cohorts of them until the end of 2016?.
It is particularly poignant to note that Patrice Buee, former Foundation degree Counselling student had successful transplant surgery at the Freeman hospital whilst he studied with us. We wish him continued good health.