The Graduate Certificate in Counselling Vulnerable Children and Young People addresses a national gap in counselling courses generally, and specifically for children and young people in higher education. This unique university-level course focuses on the counselling and wellbeing of children and young people.
The course provides counselling training for school counsellors, wellbeing leaders, special education teachers, youth workers, social workers and other professionals who work with vulnerable children and young people.
Graduate Certificate in Counselling Vulnerable Children and Young People
Duration: 6 months
Online plus placement/intensive
SATAC code: 2GC140
Annual indicative fees (2023):
$11,281 (Full fee paying)
Potential occupations include:
The Graduate Certificate in Counselling Vulnerable Children and Young People consists of 18 units.
It provides school wellbeing leaders and school counsellors with theory and practical skills that can be applied to their interactions with vulnerable populations encountered in their work, and advances their knowledge and skills about practice with vulnerable children and young people.
The course is designed to increase your awareness of counselling, mindfulness and expressive therapy methodologies. It provides you with experience in a range of activities in these areas and the skills to implement strategies to assist vulnerable children and young people in a range of settings.
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