Counselling Theory and Practice
The aim of this course is to provide basic skills that can be applied to a range of fields including, but not limited to, psychology, education, community, and health. This unit will provide you with an overview of major theories of counselling, including behavioural, cognitive, and person-centred approaches. This course encourages a multicultural perspective, and aims to develop communication and interpersonal skills, and basic counselling micro-skills. Basic professional and practice standards will also be addressed including ethical conduct, confidentiality, and privacy.
Unit Code: PSYCB2105
Credit Points: 15