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Counselling

Counselling

As part of our integrative counselling studies, we offer counselling in undergraduate programs with a minor and major in counselling, as well as entry level and advanced counsellor training programs. Students gain essential skills in order to enhance their employment prospects as well as their practice as a helping professional.

As a graduate in our Graduate Diploma and Masters counselling courses, you will learn to work holistically with a diverse range of client concerns from across the lifespan, valuing social and cultural contexts. You will demonstrate competence in rapport building, empathy, reflective listening, case formulation and clinical interventions.

A core component of the training is a university facilitated work placement. This provides practical professional experience that will prepare you for future employment.

Professional recognition

Professionally accredited by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).

Career opportunities

Study counselling to work in a variety of roles.

  • Counsellor
  • Community worker
  • Child and adolescent counsellor
  • Youth worker
  • Drug and alcohol counsellor
  • Mediation facilitator
  • Group facilitator
  • Psychotherapist
  • Mental health support worker
  • Private practitioner

Courses

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People

NamePosition
Ms Milli Blenkin Discipline Lead
Mrs Katie Godfrey Lecturer
Mrs Irmgard Heiner Placement Coordinator
Dr Stephani Stephens Lecturer
Dr Rana Tayara Lecturer