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Diploma in Counselling

Diploma in Counselling

Part Time Diploma in Counselling, Singapore 


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The Diploma in Counselling programme is registered with the Council of Private Education (CPE). This programme is next scheduled to run in Singapore from September 2016. This is a part time programme which can be completed in 7 months.

Part Time Diploma in Counselling, Singapore

Diploma in Counselling

The Counselling programme aims to provide students with

  • Foundational skills in counselling and people helping
  • Mindset and intervention skills to help with various groups of individuals
  • Deepen self-awareness and growth in people helping

After completing the course, students should be able to

  • Differentiate and understand the various counselling approaches
  • Recognize the counselling needs and approaches for various sub-populations
  • Cultivate a mindset and practice of good counselling skills
  • Develop a beginning competence in counselling
  • Work within appropriate ethical guidelines and practice

Course Programme details

Students are required to complete 2 compulsory and 2 elective modules. Each module consists of 13 sessions. Each session is 3 hours. Sessions are conducted once a week on a weekday night. The average teacher student ratio is 1 : 30 students.

Compulsory Modules:

  • Understanding Counselling Styles
  • Counselling Practice

Elective Modules:

  • Solution-Oriented Counselling
  • Grief & Crisis Counselling
  • Marriage & Family Counselling
  • Expressive Therapy
  • Psychopathology
  • Counselling the Adolescent
  • Reality Therapy
  • Counselling & Spirituality
  • Methods in Group Counselling
  • Survey of Common Counselling Issues
  • Qualitative Methods for Social Service Research
  • Quantitative Methods for Social Service Research

For more information please see http://academy.promises.com.sg/

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