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Diploma in Counselling Psychology

Module 1

This module is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge,skills and attributes that will enable him/her to carry out counselling psychology duties in a counselling set up.

3.1.0 Communication Skills

4.1.0 Life Skills

5.1.0 Information Communication Technology

6.1.0 Entrepreneurship

7.1.0 Introduction to psychology

8.1.0 Lifespan Development

9.1.0 Personal Development I

10.1.0 Effective Study Skills

11.1.0 Counselling Skills I

12.1.0 Counselling Theories I

13.1.0 Ethical and Legal Issues in Counselling

14.1.0 Contextual Issues

15.1.0 Practicum I

Module 2

This module is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her to carry out counselling psychology duties in a counselling set up.These skills will enable the trainee to perform counselling therapeutic duties.

16.2.0 Theories of Counselling II

17.2.0 Personal Development II

18.2.0 Group Counselling Theories

19.2.0 Multicultural and Gender Issues Counselling

20.2.0 Abnormal Psychology

21.2.0 Psychological Testing and Assessment

22.2.0 Contextual Issues II

23.2.0 Business Plan

24.2.0 Research Project Methods

25.2.0 Practicum II

Module 3: Marriage and Family Therapy

 

26.3.0 Sociology of Marriage and Family Therapy

27.3.0 Foundations and Trends of Marriage and Family Therapy

28.3.0 Professional Ethics and Legal Issues

29.3.0 Family Health and Illness

30.3.0 Parenting

31.3.0 Contextual Issues in Marriage and Family Therapy

32.3.0 Theories of Marriage and Family Counselling

33.3.0 Practice of Marriage and Family Counselling

34.3.0 Human Sexuality within Family and Marriage Research

35.3.0 Research Project

36.3.0 Practicum III

37.3.0 Personal Development

Module 3: Chemical Dependency and Addictions Counselling

This course is intended to equip the trainee with appropriate knowledge, skills, attitudess and values that will enable him/her to professionally perform and manage addictions counselling activities in society. It focuses on four sets of competencies that undelie the work of addictions counsellors

26.3.0 Introduction to Addictions and Addictions Counselling

27.3.0 Psychoactive substances

28.3.0 Behavioural Addictions

29.3.0 Comorbidity in addictions

30.3.0 Addictions Treatment

31.3.0 Family Interventions in Addictions Counselling

32.3.0 Preventative Approaches

33.3.0 Legal and Ethical Issues in Addictions Counselling

34.3.0 Research Project II

35.3.0 Clinical Practicum III

36.3.0 Personal Development