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Counselling

Counselling

Counselling. Understand the concepts that underpin counselling.

Counselling is a psychological specialty that encompasses research and applied work in several broad domains: counselling process and outcome; supervision and training; career development and counselling; and prevention and health. Some unifying themes among counselling psychologists include a focus on assets and strengths, person-environment interactions, educational and career development, brief interactions, and a focus on intact personalities. Learn Counselling the smart way with Counselling courses at the University of Sydney.

Counselling Course: An Introduction

Counselling. Understand the concepts that underpin counselling. Learn Counselling the smart way with Counselling courses at the University of Sydney. This counselling course is designed for a work setting, but is equally applicable for family and friends. Counselling is being increasingly sought as the pressures of work and personal life continue to increase. This reflects the rapidly changing world we live in and the increasing choices we face as individuals. This counselling... [More]
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Counselling Course: An Introduction
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Advanced Counselling and Coaching Course

Counselling. Understand the concepts that underpin counselling. Learn Counselling the smart way with Counselling courses at the University of Sydney. This is a unique short course that equips you with both advanced counselling and coaching skills for the workplace, designed for those who have considerable prior experience. Managing or supervising people involves both coaching and counselling and yet the manager or supervisor should be neither coach nor counsellor. In these roles as... [More]
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