Students who satisfactorily complete the Graduate Certificate of Counselling and Psychotherapy should be able to:

  • Critically evaluate and compare the theories and models of the different schools of therapy and apply them to provided case study material.
  • Effectively utilise the key theoretical concepts, apply therapeutic attitudes, and counselling skills to facilitate change.
  • Critically evaluate the application of the core clinical processes.
  • Demonstrate self-awareness, reflectiveness and the ability to relate to others with respect for all aspects of diversity and their lived experience.