- Learn about the counselling process and how to talk to people and children about their problems
- Advance your career by improving your communication and people management skills
- Gain a foundation for working in counselling
- Complete online in your own time, at your own pace
- Learn skills to help children grow and develop
- Build your confidence and skills when relating to adolescents
- Enrol to the three courses together with this bundle and save money!
This course is designed for:
Anyone working in schools, youth work, child and adolescent counselling, child psychology or other caring roles. It will also be of great interest to parents and those who deal with children or teenagers in their daily lives.
Meet our tutors
Maya is a provisionally registered clinical psychologist with a genuine passion for her subject. She has a lifelong thirst for knowledge, particularly when it comes to understanding how we perceive the world around us. Since achieving her psychology degree in 2007, she has tutored a number of courses for psychology students, and run workshops and support groups for people with eating disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anxiety and depression.
Tamara has always enjoyed helping people to achieve their goals. She has a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from the University of Auckland, double majoring in Psychology and Neuroscience; and she is planning on pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology.
Tara is originally from Ireland, but has been living in Australia and New Zealand for the last few years. She has a Bachelor of Science with Honours from Liverpool John Moores University School of Law. She specialised in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice, and volunteered with domestic violence charities back in Ireland.
Courses: 3 courses with 8-10 modules per course
Assessments: 28 modules / 28 assignments
Duration: Approximately 300 hours. Learn at your own pace, but ideally complete one module per week within 12 months.
Career Academy Level: 6
Complete this course and we will donate to Youthline:
This course spans three certificates:
Certificate in Child Psychology: 10 Modules: 1. Introduction to child psychology
2. The newborn infant
3. States and senses of the infant
6. Cognitive development
7. Language development
10. Sexuality and morality
1. Introduction to child psychology
Adolescent Psychology: 10 Modules: 1. Introduction
2. Life Crises
3. Physical Development
4. Intellectual Development
5. Emotional Development
7. Social Development
8. Moral Development
9. Delinquency and Crime
10. Adolescents and the Transition to Adulthood
Certificate in Counselling: 8 Modules: 1. Learning specific counselling skills
2. Listening and bonding
5. Interview techniques
6. Changing beliefs and normalising
7. Finding solutions
8. Ending the counselling
1. Learning specific counselling skills
What our students say:
★★★★★ - "Excellent course overall. Fitted my needs. Would definitely recommend to others". - Zainab Khaki
★★★★★ - "The tutors have been fantastic and the content is really interesting." - Mandy Pickett
Investment: Only $1295 + GST or $25 per week with our interest FREE payment plan.
This diploma covers the following three courses:
Certificate in Child Psychology
Gain insights into children's behaviour by learning how they develop psychologically and the influences on their reasoning.
This online course covers the development of a child's cognitive abilities as well as their emotional and social behaviour. It helps parents and child care workers provide an environment that nurtures a child's development.
Understand teenage behaviour and development
Teenage years can be very difficult for all members of the family! Examine the life changes each adolescent must navigate on their journey to adulthood. Understand of the role transitions and crises faced by young people and become a more effective parent, teacher or youth worker.
Certificate in Counselling
Improve your listening and communication skills!
A counsellor’s role is to facilitate the resolution of issues, whilst respecting a person’s values, personal resources, culture and capacity for choice. Counselling provides a regular time and space for someone to talk about their problems and explore difficult feelings in a confidential and dependable environment.