Counsellors help their clients work through a range of personal problems including issues relating to relationships, home finances, work, parenting, mental health, anxiety, trauma, sexual identity, and addictions. As a counsellor you’ll use internationally recognised therapies that allow clients to identify their own problem areas and emotional blockages.
Counselling can be a very rewarding career, but to be successful you’ll need self-confidence plus highly advanced interpersonal and deep listening skills. What’s great about this career path is being able to specialise in areas where you have life experience: aged care, veteran services, drug and alcohol, LGBT, gambling.
There are 2 courses available for people who want to become a Counsellor.