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Course results for Undergraduate Counselling Degrees


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  • Torrens University Australia

    Help people make positive changes

    Explore human behaviour and the professional tools and systems to foster change. You’ll look into strategies for positive behaviour management. Start to think about how you can make a difference in community support and family services. 

  • Torrens University Australia

    Facilitate real, long-lasting change in other people's lives

    Take advantage of more than 40 years of counselling experience with this flexible degree. You'll apply theory to around 400 hours of work placement. Graduate to qualify for Australian Counselling Association membership.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-COU-DIP | Undergraduate

    Enhance wellbeing in yourself and others

    Gain an introduction to a range of topics including mental health, the impact of chronic health conditions on quality of life, mental health first aid, and applied counselling skills.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    Build amazing people skills to understand those around you

    Investigate issues in contemporary Australian society, zooming in on the behaviour and social interaction of individuals and groups. By understanding personality and predicting behaviour, you’ll be prepped for careers in support services and more.

  • Edith Cowan University

    ECU-PSC-DEG | Undergraduate

    Analyse, listen, and respond to people with empathy

    Begin to explore people’s behaviour and gain the confidence to help them change. Complement your growing knowledge of psychology with introductory counselling skills. By exploring your own values, you’ll be prepped to work with groups and individuals.

  • Edith Cowan University

    ECU-COU-DEG | Undergraduate

    Gain knowledge and skills in the foundations of counselling

    Explore your own values, assumptions, and views to understand how people define themselves and how you might help them. Communicate, reflect, negotiate, and resolve conflict. Specialise in family and child support or professional youth work.