Have you ever wondered what counselling does?
In our fast-paced society, many people are under a lot of stress, whether they are struggling as a student or trying to cope with an overwhelming workload. This leaves little time for them to spend with their loved ones which can lead to misunderstandings and arguments. These are very common problems that everyone faces, but we are not equipped with the skills to help those who are suffering from these issues.
Counselling helps by giving people the time and opportunity to be heard, without any judgement. It is the art of using talk therapy to guide them towards a better understanding of their issues and promotes positive change.
Come learn how to improve your communication abilities and understand how you can help your friends, loved ones and colleagues.
In this workshop, you will be learning:
- What is Counselling?
- The mental health professions in Singapore
- The theories of Counselling
- Hands-on practice
This course is suitable for HR professionals, Healthcare professionals, Social Service professionals with no counselling background. Undergraduate Psychology students who are interested in the field of counselling are welcomed to apply.
Student concession rates available. Please enquire for more details
- Diploma or ‘A’ levels equivalent
- Minimum C6 in GCE ‘O’ levels English or equivalent
Upon successful completion of the workshop, each participant would receive:
- Certificate of Participation in Introduction to Counselling
DISCLAIMER: This is an introductory counselling workshop. Attending this course WILL NOT qualify you to work as an Counsellor.
You may wish to sign up for our upcoming run of the Graduate Certificate in Psychotherapeutic Approaches (CBT Specialization) if you wish to be an accredited Psychotherapist.
Date: 23 February 2022 (Saturday)
Time: 9am to 1pm
Facilitator: Mr James Chong