Course learning can be applied to a number of professional settings, and students in this program come from nursing, education, community arts, justice, human services, and other allied health backgrounds.
During this Counselling course at Queensland University of Technology you will learn about a range of approaches and techniques that can be applied to brief and collaborative counselling work with individuals, couples, families, and groups.
Graduates can articulate and reflect upon their evolving personal framework of counselling practice and apply counselling processes intentionally to support the wellbeing of clients in a number of contexts relevant to their profession.
It is a practice-based program that includes a year of supervised clinical practice in the Psychology and Counselling Clinic.
Graduates of the Master of Counselling are prepared for specialised positions in the counselling field and are also equipped to contribute to the development and practice of counselling in the professional environment.
- Child and Family Counsellor
- Face to Face Counsellor
This course is accredited by the Australian Counselling Association.
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- Counselling Studies
- Professional Studies
- Advanced Counselling Studies
- Research for Counselling Practice
- Group Studies
CRICOS-096589EA completed recognised:
- bachelor degree in health, education, or human resource management with a minimum grade point average (GPA) score of 4.0 on QUT's 7-point scale; or
- bachelor honours, graduate certificate, graduate diploma, masters or doctorate degree in any discipline area with a minimum grade point average (GPA) score of 4.0 on QUT's 7-point scale; or
- bachelor degree in any discipline with a minimum grade point average (GPA) score of 4.0 on QUT's 7-point scale and with a minimum three years full-time equivalent relevant* experience.
- The facilitation and management of ongoing helping relationships and that employs intentional use of therapeutic conversation and a therapeutic relationship;
- Volunteer or community work that is supervised/mentored within an ethical framework;
- Work that provides opportunities and support for professional development and reflective helping practice, including the provision of feedback and training.
Living costs for Brisbane
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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