Students who satisfactorily complete this course will have achieved advanced knowledge and skills to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate applied knowledge of core developmental and counselling theories, concepts, and practice.
  2. Critically evaluate theories and therapeutic models to generate novel solutions to complex problems in child, youth, and family contexts.
  3. Demonstrate self-awareness and reflective practice, and relate to others respecting all aspects of human diversity.
  4. Communicate clearly, effectively, and professionally in written and oral communication across face-to-face and online environments.
  5. Apply knowledge of theoretical concepts, therapeutic models, and counselling skills to facilitate change ethically and professionally.
  6. Employ autonomy, responsibility, and accountability in self-directed learning that facilitates lifelong learning and ongoing professional development.