Counselling Introduction

Counselling Introduction

The counselling introductory course will equip learners with the essential skills required for effective counselling.

The course covers topics such as:

• Active listening, bonding and reflecting on client issues
• Questioning techniques and interviewing clients
• Changing beliefs and normalise behaviours
• Finding solutions in end counselling sessions
• Handling crises relating to aggression, depression, grief, loss, and suicide
• How to apply problem-solving techniques to effectively deal with such situations and more

By the end of the course, we aim to provide students with the necessary skills to have an understanding of counselling and dealing with people in the most effective manner possible.

  • Study this course from $25 per week on a flexible payment plan.
  • Study 100% online from anywhere in Australia.
  • Self-paced study & 24/7 access to the course allow you to study anytime, anywhere, at a pace that fits your schedule until completion.
  • Course tutor to help you every step of the way and answer any questions you have.
  • A Certificate of completion and a statement of attainment upon completion of your course.
  • Learning specific skills
  • Listening & bonding
  • Reflection
  • Questioning
  • Interview techniques
  • Changing beliefs and normalising
  • Finding solution
  • Ending the counselling
  • The counselling session
  • Focus on the present
  • Telephone counselling
  • Dealing with crises
  • Problem-solving techniques I: Aggression
  • Problem-solving techniques II: Depression
  • Problem-solving techniques III: Grief and Loss
  • Problem-solving techniques IV: Suicide