Counselling Courses(10 courses)
The Bachelor of Counselling is an essential course for those wishing to pursue entry-level counselling roles or postgraduate studies in counselling and psychotherapy.View course information
The Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy provides students with the opportunity to expand their theoretical knowledge and develop their skills through self-reflective clinical practice and experience.View course information
Harness your compassion and listening skills to build a rewarding new career as a counsellor with TrainSmart Australia's Diploma of Counselling (CHC51015).View course information
Start a rewarding career helping those in your community with dependency issues break the cycle of addiction with the skills gained in the CHC53215 Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs from TrainSmart Australia.View course information
Make a real difference to the lives of Australians experiencing mental illness with the skills developed in this CHC53315 Diploma of Mental Health from TrainSmart AustraliaView course information
The Diploma of Mental Health (CHC53315) provides essential skills, knowledge and hands-on experience for those wishing to take on roles in professional mental health case management, coordination or assessment.View course information
Start a rewarding career in psychology with this fully-accredited online Graduate Diploma in Psychology course.View course information
Want to gain the knowledge and skills to understand modern psychology? Keen to get one step closer to becoming a registered psychologist? You can with the Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Bridging) from JCU.View course information
The Graduate Diploma in Psychology is an online program that prepares students to pursue full qualification as a professional psychologist, or to apply psychological concepts to their chosen industry.View course information
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Counsellors perform a critical role for individuals, and within the community, as they guide people through difficult times and emotions. By choosing to study a counselling course online, you can turn your sympathetic ear into a rewarding career.
There are a number of specialist avenues you can follow to gain the qualifications and skills needed to become a counsellor. If you study a course specific to counselling, you will cover topics such as case management and facilitating the counselling relationship, as well as personality and development theories. You will also learn how to apply counselling therapies to address a range of client issues.