Unit 1 The Counselling Relationship

 

[CHCCSL001] Establish and confirm the counselling relationship #

The first unit of this diploma introduces you to the profession of counselling, its historical development as well as some of the major counselling theories and approaches which underpin it. You will also learn about a structured approach to establishing a counselling process and relationship as well as what are considered to be the key responsibilities of a counsellor.

Unit 2 The Counselling Relationship

 

[CHCCSL001] Establish and confirm the counselling relationship #

The first unit of this diploma introduces you to the profession of counselling, its historical development as well as some of the major counselling theories and approaches which underpin it. You will also learn about a structured approach to establishing a counselling process and relationship as well as what are considered to be the key responsibilities of a counsellor.

Unit 3 The Counselling Relationship

 

[CHCCSL001] Establish and confirm the counselling relationship #

The first unit of this diploma introduces you to the profession of counselling, its historical development as well as some of the major counselling theories and approaches which underpin it. You will also learn about a structured approach to establishing a counselling process and relationship as well as what are considered to be the key responsibilities of a counsellor.

Unit 4 The Counselling Relationship

 

[CHCCSL001] Establish and confirm the counselling relationship #

The first unit of this diploma introduces you to the profession of counselling, its historical development as well as some of the major counselling theories and approaches which underpin it. You will also learn about a structured approach to establishing a counselling process and relationship as well as what are considered to be the key responsibilities of a counsellor.

Unit 5 The Counselling Relationship

 

[CHCCSL001] Establish and confirm the counselling relationship #

The first unit of this diploma introduces you to the profession of counselling, its historical development as well as some of the major counselling theories and approaches which underpin it. You will also learn about a structured approach to establishing a counselling process and relationship as well as what are considered to be the key responsibilities of a counsellor.

Recognise and respond to crisis situations
This unit focuses on sector demand and will support you partner with people at imminent crises such as homelessness, domestic violence etc. You discover the importance of professional boundaries, safety and how to manage the crisis.

Increase the safety of individuals at risk of suicide
This unit focuses on sector demand and will support you to identify and manage immediate suicide risk, develop a safety plan and mobilise access to emergency/support networks to minimise risk and create protective factors.

Facilitate community participation and social inclusion
This unit focuses on sector demand and considers the benefits of connection, exploration, and new experiences for psychosocial wellbeing. You will be competent in assessing this need, the client’s capacity, creating support plans and managing the risks.

Implement trauma-informed care
This unit focuses on sector demand and highlights the relevance of trauma important it is to understand. It will assist you to understand the impact of trauma, how common it is and how to promote a safe trauma-informed environment for your clients.