Our Graduate Diploma of Counselling and Psychotherapy course gives focused attention to some key forms of therapeutic interventions. With its strong vocational emphasis, students learn how to integrate theoretical constructs, gain increased personal knowledge, increase their insight and understanding, apply advanced therapeutic techniques and further develop their observational skills. A unique feature of the Graduate Diploma is the introduction to the theory and techniques of a brief integrative psychotherapy that integrates concepts from, the psychodynamic, cognitive, and existential and the humanistic psychotherapy.
|Location: The Cairnmillar Institute, Camberwell||Intake: Semester 1 each year|
|Delivery: Part Time||Fees: Fee information can be found here|
|Length: 1 Year||Fee Help: Yes|
Associate Professor Jane Power
A degree with studies in welfare, social work, psychology, social sciences, nursing, medicine, education or similar
An unrelated degree and completion of Cairnmillar’s Introduction to Counselling Skills and Advanced Counselling Skills short course or equivalent
Diploma level courses in welfare or community studies, or similar at TAFE level and at least two years relevant work experience, and studies in basic therapy or counselling skills either within the applicant’s course or in another approved program.
Graduate Diploma of Counselling and Psychotherapy students with an overall credit level (70%) average are eligible to apply for the Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy Program.