Bachelor of Counselling
Graduates will gain skills in providing professional counselling to assist others in resolving personal or professional problems.
This course provides students with theoretical foundations, beginning therapeutic skills and first self-reflective clinical practice proficiency in counselling.
If you are passionate about working with people then a Counselling major in the Bachelor of Science will put you on the right path.
From alcohol and substance dependency to trauma counselling, today’s counsellor must deal with a very wide range of issues facing their patients, plus the ongoing pressures affecting the wider community.
This degree provides a balance of courses in psychology theory, counselling, workplace culture, and staff health and wellbeing.
Help people with their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Help others improve their wellbeing and create positive change in their lives.
From trauma and addiction counselling to counselling couples and families and addressing issues of grief and loss, today’s counsellors must deal with a very wide range of issues and be able to communicate effectively in a range of contexts.