Study Mode: Face-to-Face - Hawthorn East, VIC, Australia  Intake: February 2023
Delivery: Part Time  Fees: $1,312.50 + $250 (admin fee) + GST
Duration: 3 hours a week for 12 weeks, over a 14 week period Application Type: Domestic only

Person-Centred Counselling is offered both as a single unit, or as part of the Bachelor of Psychology and CounsellingThis is a foundational unit focused on developing an understanding of the theories, concepts, attitudes and practices of humanistic psychotherapy, with a particular focus on person-centred therapy and the work of its founder, Carl Rogers. It supports students in the development of therapeutic presence and foundational person-centred counselling skills. The skills and attitudes introduced in this unit are contextualised via exploration of recent research into the common factors of successful therapy, including the neuroscience of relationships. The material presented in class and via selected readings will be practically applied through in-class real plays practice.

Taught at Bachelor level (AQF 7), you will have the choice as to whether you undertake assessments in this unit or not. Those undertaking assessments may use this unit as a credit towards the Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling at The Cairnmillar Institute. Or, you can enrol directly into this degree for a Semester 1, 2023 start!*

Please note, single subject enrolment does not guarantee students a place in a Cairnmillar program of study. Eligibility criteria and recognition of prior learning restrictions do apply. For all enquiries, please contact to our Education team. 

*Applications are open for single unit admissions, as well as direct enrolment into the Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling. Applications will be forwarded to the Course Coordinator for an informal discussion prior to admittance.

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