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Theories of Ethical Counselling Integration

Lecturer: Steve Poisat

This unit builds on the counselling skills learned at Diploma of Counselling level through sequenced learning and scaffolding. Knowledge and understanding of the purpose and application of counselling microskills is deepened in the context of a broader comprehension of the counselling process. Students learn why particular skills are especially helpful in accomplishing specified purposes during the stages of counselling, such as establishing relationship and exploring, deepening, growing and consolidation, and ending. Theological and spiritual considerations are ethically integrated with multicultural applications and empirical support.

Delivery mode: Online

Semester 1, 2021: Six Saturdays throughout the year: 

Sat 6 March, 11am-5pm

Sat 17 April,  10am-4pm

Sat 22 May,  10am-4pm

Sat 7 August,  10am-4pm

Sat 11 September,  10am-4pm

Sat 16 October.  11am-5pm

(All in Melbourne time

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DZ2860 Theories of Ethical Counselling Integration