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Study a degree in counselling and get the qualification, skills and understanding you need to work effectively as a counsellor in various areas including community, drug and alcohol, women's health, family support, relationship counselling services, gender and sexuality and anxiety and depression. This course is accredited by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and meets this peak body's training standards. Upon graduation, you can apply for PACFA membership – earning you professional recognition at a national level. As a student you will take part in work placement and receive at least 40 hours of supervised face-to-face clinical work in the final year of study. Graduate with client experience and establish contacts to take into your career.
This counselling course will equip you with the practical skills and understanding to work with a range of client groups as a counsellor in a variety of areas. These include community counselling organisations and the health services sector. Undertake this bachelor of counselling as a gateway to a professional career or pathway into postgraduate counselling courses.