Family Counsellors help families in crises and challenging situations, ensuring the individual wellbeing of each family member as well as the whole family unit. You’ll need specialised skills in listening and communication, as well as a working knowledge of recognised therapies and interventions.
As a Family Counsellor you might specialise in community service, domestic violence, grief and loss, drugs and alcohol, or child protection. You could work independently (with your own counselling practice), or for a community service organisation.
There are 2 courses available for people who want to become a Family Counsellor.