Subjects

Counselling

Overview

As a basic definition, counselling is process that occurs when a client and counsellor set aside time in order to explore aspects and/or difficulties which may include the stressful or emotional feelings of the client.

Areas of study

Counselling process, counselling skills, counselling supervision, professional issues in counselling, cultural issues in counselling, ethics, family counselling, couple counselling, pastoral care and counselling in schools, group counselling, critical analysis in counselling and research.

You can study Counselling in the following programmes:

What you will learn

Counselling process, counselling skills, counselling supervision, professional issues in counselling, cultural issues in counselling, ethics, family counselling, couple counselling, pastoral care and counselling in schools, group counselling, critical analysis in counselling and research.

Career opportunities

A qualification at this level also offers you opportunities to practice in a wide range of settings. Graduates of the programme work in a variety of settings including school and tertiary counselling, counselling agencies in the community, private practice, pastoral care in church communities, workplace counselling, family therapy, consultation and counselor education. Some graduates also continue their studies at doctoral level through the PhD and EdD programmes.

More information

http://www.education.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/mcouns
http://www.education.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/pgdipcounsth