Master of Counselling
ONE YEAR (FULL-TIME ) or 2 YEARS (PART-TIME)
The Master of Counselling is an award accredited by the University of Divinity, delivered through a partnership with Stirling Theological College. The backbone of the program is a full year of Supervised Practicum and Advanced Counselling Strategies. These are supported with a set of prescribed electives for those students seeking peak body accreditation. Students who are already accredited with PACFA or ACA have a wide variety of electives to choose from to engage in areas of personal interest and specialty.
Students may also replace the core units with a research option if they plan to undertake further (PhD) studies. The course commences in 2018. Entry into the Master of Counselling Program is based on an entry interview and successful completion of aifc’s 10134NAT Graduate Diploma of Counselling and Integrated Psychotherapy (Spiritual).
The delivery mode is mixed or ‘blended’ including on-line learning, face to faceseminars, reading and assessments and client practice hours.
Students who have entered the Graduate Diploma following completion of aifc’s Advanced Diploma and would like a pathway into further (PhD) studies will need to:
Students will only be able to enter into the 1 year Masters of Counselling upon successful completion of aifc’s 1 year Graduate Diploma course.
The course will be able to be completed by distance from anywhere in Australia with lectures being offered in Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney. Students will be required to undertake clinical experience involving at least 70 hours of counselling during their studies. Students in Melbourne and/or Sydney may have access to a broader number of elective units through classroom study.
The Master of Counselling course will cost $14,400 and FEE HELP is available.