The Bachelor of Counselling course meets the challenge of developing counsellors with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the demands of a rapidly changing workforce and diverse client groups. Graduates need to be able to find and analyse content from secondary source material, apply their knowledge in a range of contexts, operate effectively in an allied health professional environment, and have the capacity to productively engage with people.
Students will develop skills in conflict management, case management, social justice, report writing and counselling micro skills.
The course is designed to enable students to develop specific knowledge and skills, including individual and group counselling and conflict management, to work therapeutically with a range of client groups. Two industry placements provide the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to practice skills.
Area of study:
Nutrition and Society
Human Structure & Physiology
Industry partners and work placements:
Work placements and Work-Integrated Learning programs provide a valuable resource
for you to develop hands-on practical experience to ensure you graduate confident and job-ready. At Torrens University Australia, we are proud of our network of partners and always welcome new opportunities to build new industry relationships.
Work placement hours : 400 hours