Graduate Learning Outcomes Students who satisfactorily complete the course will have achieved advanced knowledge and skills in the following areas of study: The ability to facilitate the therapeutic process according to established the client’s focused goals. The skills to conduct risks assessment and apply crisis intervention skills and management. Understanding of relational dynamics and capacity for effective human relatedness that facilitates change. An awareness of the impact of the self on others and the development of relational intelligence, sensitivity, resilience and respect. The ability to understand and practice within the PACFA Code of Ethics and Professional Guidelines. Developed the relevant research and data analysis skills with the ability to critically review research studies. Developed capacity to be self-reflective and learn from experience. Acquired knowledge of applying alternative modes of working with clients, including the use of real-time internet platforms within ethical guidelines. Awareness and understanding of the range of human diversity and social, cultural, economic and psychological contextual influences. Understanding the impact of gender, sexual identity, sexual orientation, age, ability, class, religion, race and ethnicity on therapy. Respect and acknowledgment of indigenous history and culture. Acquisition of a high level of verbal and professional communication skills.