Counselling Approaches with Couples, Children and Young People
This course will consider how a range of approaches, strategies and interventions can be delivered to families in a comprehensive and effective way. The course will particularly focus on how practitioners apply theory to their practice in specific contexts.
- Semester 2 - 2016
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Apply a collaborative practice approach to working with families
2. Apply counselling strategies to families in specific contexts
3. Identify strategies for specific types of clients
4. Use strategies of self-assessment, reflection and supervision to manage and develop effectiveness of clinical practices.
- Application of theories and approaches
- Advanced skills practice
- Knowledge and approaches relevant for different life stages
- Knowledge and approaches appropriate in different contexts
An undergraduate degree or higher qualification in Counselling, Psychotherapy, Psychology, Social Work, Social Science or equivalent. Students are strongly advised to have completed HLSC6516 before taking this course.
Online Learning Activity: Online Learning Activity
Practical Demonstration: Practical Demonstration
Self-Directed 96 hour(s) per Term
Face to Face On Campus 24 hour(s) per Term
Students are expected to attend the Workshop in Newcastle.