The Graduate Diploma in Clinical Counselling builds on students' previous academic study or personal and professional experience by providing exposure to extensive theories and counselling practice.
Graduates of this program will be able to:
- form effective interpersonal relationships
- identify the ways in which disturbance can occur in human development and how these difficulties are met by professional helpers
- understand different approaches to counselling and their appropriate application in a given context
- increase self-awareness and capacity for self-reflection
- assist, or organise assistance for, clients and other persons in difficulty
- generate goals and action plans with clients
- make and execute judgements across a broad variety of counselling contexts.