Vicky Robertson - aifc Graduate & Family Counsellor - aifc

Studying at aifc – Vicky RobertsonVicki Robertson aifc graduate

“Studying with aifc has given me a broad understanding of all the different elements that are involved in counselling. I came out of my training with real confidence to engage with clients, establish rapport; I learnt how to conduct a counselling session and how to develop a therapy plan. I felt well equipped with resources which I have been able to use as a starter tool-kit. Many of the tutors I worked with  during the time of my training had worked in this industry for many years; modelling to us strong counselling ethics and professional practice”.

See the video below where Vicky talks about the work she does after graduating from aifc.

Study the CHC1015 Diploma of Counselling at aifc. Our courses are contextualised and won’t contradict the words in the bible.

Studying at aifc

Have you thought about becoming a qualified counsellor? It’s a great opportunity to learn how you can extend God's love and grace to the hurting out in the community.

For those who would like to enrol in aifc’s accredited Christian counselling courses we have two intakes per year for courses commencing around the following months:

  • The beginning of each year in February
  • Mid-Year courses commence in July

Enrolment Season - opens approximately 2 months prior to our courses commencing. Enrol online here during our enrolment season.

We also offer two modes of study:

  1. Seminar Blended Mode - only 13 face-to-face days per year
  2. Online Supported Mode - study online only from anywhere

A Master of Counselling course was introduced in 2018.

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