Master of Rehabilitation Counselling
The Master of Rehabilitation Counselling requires 1 to 1.5 years full-time or 3 years part-time and is offered in an off-campus mode.
The Master of Rehabilitation Counselling is currently accredited by RCAA.
The aim of the Master of Rehabilitation Counselling is to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to work as a Rehabilitation Counsellor in government, insurance, private and not-for-profit rehabilitation services. Students will learn about vocational evaluation, job placement, injury management, disability studies, applied counselling and research methods and also undertake supervised fieldwork, which will give students the opportunity to apply theory to practice.
Additionally, students will complete a supervised dissertation or choose from elective courses in areas such as workplace health and safety, mental health, negotiation skills, disability and ageing studies. This will allow students to complete specialist courses and research relevant to their interests in a particular area of rehabilitation counselling practice.
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