Following on from the Assessment Processes in Counselling and Psychotherapy unit, the aim of this subject is to enable students to develop a clear understanding of recovery-oriented, and trauma-informed counselling and psychotherapy treatment of common disorders such as anxiety and depression disorders, substance-related and addictive disorders, trauma and stressor-related disorders and working with grief and bereavement. Previously introduced major psychotherapeutic theories and their interventions will be applied to a variety of clinical case studies and clients’ presentations. Consideration is given to the unique aspects of working with the indigenous populations and minority groups, as well as counselling clients across the lifespan.