Bircham University’s Counselling Psychology program brings together influences from many leading counselling psychologists to demonstrate how practitioners are currently working. This program spans the gap between academic psychology and counselling practice and inspires professionals to bring awareness and cultural thoughtfulness into the consulting room. It provides a secure foundation for trainees and an excellent resource for experienced practitioners.
Subjects covered on this course include: Counselling Psychology, Marriage & Family Relations, Marriage & Family Counselling, Child & Adolescent Counselling, Analysis of Social Problems, Social Problems & Deviance, Personality & Social Development, Alcohol & Drug Counselling, Multicultural Diversity, Cross Cultural Social Perspectives, Social Counselling, Crisis Counselling & Therapeutic Practice.
The Counselling Psychology module is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.