SUSS Dialogue Session: Counselling/Systemic Therapy (Graduate Diploma|Master's)

The Master of Counselling programme emphasises a balance of skills-based/practice orientation and academic rigour while allowing specialisation in different areas of counselling and training in supervisory skills to enable our graduates to take on leadership roles or become domain experts. The programme is recognised and accredited by the Singapore Association of Counselling (SAC), and has flexibility in entry and exit points to suit different academic needs. Pre-requisite courses will help those without prior counselling training to be initiated into the programme.

The programme also offers a specialisation track in Couple and Family Therapy, which focuses on achieving a higher quality of training and clinical competency of its therapists that will effectively address, manage and treat relationship problems in couples, as well as parent-child issues, arising from childhood developmental problems.

The Graduate Diploma in Systemic Therapy programme provides continuous professional development for those who have completed their master's degree in counselling, social work, psychology, or equivalent, with at least two years of work experience preferably in couple and family work and wish to pursue additional knowledge in couple and family therapy (CFT). Graduates will be equipped with clinical competencies to support, heal and transform troubled relationships among children, adolescents, couples, children, older people, and their families and communities into healthier and happier relationships.


Meet the Head of Programme at the live dialogue session to find out more and have your questions answered. Register now!

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