Master of Counselling Practice

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Master of Counselling Practice

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Program Overview

The Masters of Counselling Practice has a high emphasis on supervised practice, facilitated by a clinical placement, regular case conferences, reflective teams and intensive one-on-one quality supervision. Our dedicated facilities at Life Design Counselling are fully equipped for students to conduct counselling sessions in a supportive learning environment.
In compliance with PACFA requirements, graduates will need to have completed 200 hours of client contact with 50 hours of supervision.


Admissions Criteria {Tabor's qualifications are nationally-recognised through our formal registration with TEQSA (Tertiary Education Quality Standards Australia). As such, we are pleased to provide our admissions criteria via the link above.}

Graduates of the Master of Counselling Practice work as private practitioners or find work within the human services sector across a wide variety of government and/or non-government agencies.

  • Introduction to Counselling Theories
  • Counselling Skills
  • Working with Mental Health
  • Professional Ethics
  • Counselling Theories and Practice
  • Human Lifespan Development
  • Supervised Case Work 1 & 2
  • Counselling Electives


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Course Duration: 2 years full time or equivalent part time.
Location: On Campus: Adelaide (PACFA Accredited)
Perth (Currently seeking PACFA Accreditation)
Intake: February and July
Entry Requirements: Successful completion of a three-year Bachelor's degree with a GPA of at least 5.0 or approved equivalent.Contact:
School of Social Science Administrator
Call 08 8373 8777
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