The Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy consists of 200 credit points. Integrating the Graduate Certificate and the Graduate Diploma within the first year, students undertake a total of 16 units of study. 

This consists of twelve coursework units (150 credit points), two placement units (25 credit points) and two research relevant units (25 credit points). 

The full-time course structure is detailed below: 

Year One  Graduate Certificate & Graduate Diploma Units
CAP401 Psychotherapeutic Theories and Models
CAP402 Person-Centred Counselling
CAP412 Ethics and Professional Development
CAP417 Assessment Process in Counselling and Psychotherapy
CAP404 Facilitating Therapeutic Change
CAP405 Cognitive Behavioural Therapies
CAP461 Counselling Placement
CAP414 Treatment Planning


Year Two  Masters units
CAP511 Interpersonal Processes in Psychotherapy
CAP561 Counselling Placement
CAP507 Key Competencies in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy
CAP509 Child and Family Therapy
CAP551 Research Methods and Project
CAP510 Trauma, Loss and Grief Therapy
CAP505 Exploring Process Experiential Emotion Focused Therapy
CAP506 Existential Psychotherapy and the Group Process