Master of Counselling - Course List
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- Theories of Counselling and their Application to Client Change – Various counselling theories were covered in this course that provided us with the theoretical framework for our own work with clients.
- Counselling Diverse Clients – This course allowed us to explore and celebrate client diversity and to respect the unique background of each client.
- Assessment: Processes and Application – In this course we learned how assessment is used as a tool that allows counsellors to formally and informally explore client situations. We also learned how assessment can be used to formulate case conceptualizations.
- Counselling Strategies and Interventions – Various counselling frameworks were explored in this course. We were provided with opportunities to showcase our skills through video recorded sessions.
- Research and Program Evaluation Skills – This course provided us with instruction about qualitative and quantitative research skills. We had opportunities to engage in research activities in both of these domains.
- Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behaviour – In this course we learned about the various learning theories as they relate to counselling.
- Issues Across the Life Span – This course allowed us to explore developmental disorders, family cycles, genograms, and attachment theory.
- Biosocial Foundations of Health Psychology – Various aspects of health and health psychology were studied in this course as they relate to mental health and client change processes.
- General Counselling Practicum
- Advanced Counselling Practicum
Sample Academic Work
Quantitative Research: School Counselling: Access, Barriers, and Coordination with External Counselling.