Counselling and Psychology
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It's very fine and there you can share any ideas weather from your past and things that you've learnt it opens your mind to think about some certain things which are important,counselling different people sometimes based on your true story you can teach someone or make someone understand and see the point of view of what you're talking about
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Emagister has put a new course in its catalog!
This counseling and psychology course is distance learning developed by the International Career Institute with the aim of training its students to work in the fields of Community Services and Health.
Thanks to this course, you will learn solid skills in counseling, conflict resolution, wellness and personal training! Become a professional and develop your career to become a counselor in the area of health and rehabilitation.
The course offers the possibility to interact and train with highly successful professionals, highly qualified and experienced. It also allows you to access one of the fastest growing professions.
If you want to be a counselor, this course is for you!
The need for counselors in society allows them to help those in need of assistance through community-based counseling organizations or even by establishing their own practice, which is what most graduates intend to do.
Graduates discover that their new knowledge and skills make them ideal for positions in: counseling (for example, pain counseling, family counseling, educational counseling, conflict resolution, etc.), social assistance and social work, sports training, illness mental, education, personal training, rehabilitation and health care, marketing and sales, relationships and industrial management.
Do not miss this opportunity and ask for more information without commitment in Emagister.
Welche Ziele verfolgt der Kurs?: Counselling and Psychology is directed at serving the needs of individual in one’s community. As such, the program requires a minimal amount of social engagement (surveys, questionnaires, role play, etc) in aid of learning.
Voraussetzungen: There are NO previous work or education requirements for entry into any course level. Students may enrol directly into the diploma or advanced diploma levels without completing lower ranked qualifications. Graduates can expect higher course levels to result in higher potential salary, positions and skill capabilities.
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Radiyatu Munkaila Ibrahim
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- Life Coaching
- Social Work
- Counselling Psychology
- Interview Techniques
- Conflict Resolution
- Problem Solving
- Grief Counselling
- IT Management
- Skills and Training
- People Skills
- Communication techniques
- Finding solutions
1 COUNSELLING SKILLS I
· Learning Specific Skills
· Listening & Bonding
· Interview Techniques
· Changing Beliefs and Normalising
· Finding Solutions
· Ending the Counselling
2 COUNSELLING SKILLS II
· The counselling session
· Focus on the present
· Telephone counselling
· Dealing with crises
· Problem-solving techniques I: Aggression
· Problem-solving techniques II: Depression
· Problem-solving techniques III: Grief and loss
· Problem-solving techniques IV: Suicide
3 COUNSELLING TECHNIQUES
· Psychoanalytic psychotherapy l – Freud, Erikson, Jung
· Psychoanalytical psychotherapy ll – Adler
· Humanistic/Existential approaches I – Gestalt Therapy; Fritz Perls
· Humanistic/Existential approaches II – Person-Centred Counselling; Carl Rogers
· Rational behavioural therapy – Albert Ellis
· Cognitive behavioural therapy – Aaron Beck
· Behavioural therapy
· Solution-focused counselling
4 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
· The Nature and Scope of Psychology
· Neurological basis of behaviour
· Environmental effects on behaviour
· Consciousness and perception
· Psychological development
· Needs, drives and motivation
5 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN COUNSELLING
· Understanding counselling
· Ethics and Confidentiality
· Understanding the self
· Emotions and Behaviour
· Referral practice
Counselling and Psychology