Master of Counselling

Christian Heritage College
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time
2 years
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  • Theology and Worldviews for Counselling
  • Integrative Approaches to Counselling: A Critical Introduction
  • Foundational Counselling Skills
  • Attending to the Human Story
  • Advanced Processes and Strategies in Counselling
  • Psychological Disorders and Other Issues in Counselling
  • Supervised Practice Reflection Integration I: Consolidating Foundation
  • Supervised Practice Reflection Integration II: Therapeutic Relationship
  • Supervised Practice Reflection Integration III: External Contexts
  • Supervised Practice Reflection Integration IV: Personal Practice Perspective
  • Reflective Group Process
  • The Transformation Process
  • Ethics, Policy and Professional Issues in the Social Sciences
  • Introduction to Research Methods


  • Couple Counselling I
  • Mediation and Conflict Resolution
  • Relationship and Family Issues  
  •  Supervision
  • Addictive Behaviours: Counselling Interventions
  • Child and Adolescent Issues
  • Abuse Issues
  • Grief and trauma: Counselling Interventions
  • Sexuality, Spirituality and Counselling
  • Directed Study in Human Studies

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