Home / Study / Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological Counselling

Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological Counselling

1 Year Diploma Programme

Faculty

Institute of Life Long Learning

Programme Type

Diploma Programme

Duration

1 Year

Eligibility

Graduation

Overview of the Programme

A Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological Counselling deals with the skills of counselling with sensitivity and in relevance to the problems of the society. This programme will enable the aspirants to systematically understand the purpose, scope, types, theories and approaches in counselling with a focus on their application to practice.

Programme Outcomes

By the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

1. Appreciate the Purpose, Nature, Scope, Theories, and Process of counselling as a ‘helping’ profession.

2. Understand human needs from the lifespan perspective; identify psychopathology and assess various concerns that clients bring into the counselling process.

< ...

By the end of the Course, the students will be able to:

1. Appreciate the Purpose, Nature, Scope, Theories, and Process of counselling as a ‘helping’ profession.

2. Understand human needs from the lifespan perspective; identify psychopathology and assess various concerns that clients bring into the counselling process.

3. Integrate the core skills of counselling: genuineness, empathy, and positive regard.

4. Practice the basic counselling skills of observation, attending, active listening, empathy, appropriate questioning, paraphrasing, reflection of feeling and thought, summarization, confrontation and constructive use of silence.

5. Maintain the ethical limits of the counselling relationship and safeguard the confidentiality of clients. .

6. Make appropriate referrals for psychological testing and psychiatric medication.

7. Make the necessary therapeutic and developmental interventions with a focus on ‘Rights Based’ approaches that are suited to versatile client needs and contemporary socio-cultural realities.

8. Gain deeper insight about themselves, especially in relation to their values, attitudes, biases/prejudices and subsequent behaviour which may adversely affect the counselling process.

9. Effectively apply the learning in their settings.

10. The practice sessions can help them to foster Personal Growth.

Course Structure

Semester 1

Course NameCourse CodeCredit
NATURE AND SCOPE OF COUNSELLINGPGDPC101-
POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGYPGDPC102-
AREAS OF COUNSELLINGPGDPC103-
COUNSELLING THEORIES AND APPROACHESPGDPC104-
INTRODUCTION TO MENTAL DISORDERSPGDPC105-
CLINICAL PICTURE OF DISORDER III: DISORDER AND SEXUAL DEVIANTPGDPC106-

Semester 2

Course NameCourse CodeCredit
COUNSELLING DIFFERENT GROUPSPGDPC107-
COUNSELLING THERAPIES 2PGDPC108-
QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN COUNSELLINGPGDPC109-

Experience Life at AdtU

With more than 200+ recruitment organisations, the place you want to be.

Share This Page!

Apply Now

Mailing Address

Contact us


Copyright Assam down town University | Developed By Geekworkx

You are viewing from CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)