The Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Counselling) is a comprehensive higher-ed counselling qualification that covers varying areas of assistance including community counselling, women's health, coping with anxiety and dealing with depression. Through 24 units of competency, industry placement and face-to-face supervised clinical work, successful graduates will be well equipped and placed to pursue a life changing career in counselling.
This course is accredited by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and therefore meets this peak body’s training standards. Upon graduation, you may apply for membership of a PACFA member association – earning you professional recognition at a national level.
The units cover such knowledge and training as: applying specific counselling modalities and interventions to meet the needs of clients, explaining mental health and the impact of mental ill health on individuals and families and applying constructive methods to the facilitation of change.