Graduate Learning Outcomes Students who satisfactorily complete the Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy should have the professional capabilities to: Critically review and effectively utilise the knowledge of the major schools of counselling and psychotherapy in counselling assessment, case conceptualisation and treatment planning while working with a range of presenting problems across the life span. Develop therapeutic alliance, select, and apply effective counselling and psychotherapy processes to facilitate change and achieve clients’ goals. Demonstrate self-awareness, reflectiveness, ability to evaluate the effectiveness of therapeutic processes and engage in continuous personal and professional development. Identify, analyse and resolve complex ethical and professional dilemmas while applying knowledge of different ethical paradigms, PACFA Code of Ethics, professional conduct guidelines and the relevant legal State and Commonwealth Acts. Consistently relate to others with respect of all aspects of human diversity and lived experience. Critically engage with research literature, understand the main research methodologies, and complete a research project relevant to counselling and psychotherapy practice.