Counselling Psychology encompasses the interaction a mental health professional has with their client which mainly incorporates the application of specialized therapies, listening skills, empathic responding as well as observational prowess.
Mode of Internship?
Online we use Google meet and various educational platforms
30 days (1 month)
What are the batch timings?
Classes will be on Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Classes will be from 5 or 6 p.m onwards (As the Batch is allocated to you)
What is the program about?
This course aims at providing you with superfluous understanding of skills used in a counselling set up and their application via role-plays. You will learn how to decipher messages the client sends you through non-verbal behaviours. You will also experience what it’s like to be in the counsellor’s chair as well as in the client’s mindset.
Who can join?
(Students pursuing graduation are also eligible)
I am pursuing psychology, can I attend this course?
Yes, you can attend the course. You will gain an in-depth understanding of Counselling Psychology and its in-clinic application which will enable you to explore new heights in your journey.
What’s the format of the program?
- Live lectures by a practicing Child and Adolescent Psychologist.
- 3 Lectures per week,
- Unlimited Access to Lecture Recording for 1 Month.
- 1 Month Access to Course Materials.
- Assessments, Quizzes, Tasks & Case Discussions.
- Daily work hours – 2 (flexible)
- Attendance – 90% Mandatory.
- Leaves are permitted, we value Self-Care!
What will you be learning?
- Basic & Advanced Understanding of Core Counselling Concepts.
- Integration of Theory in Professional Practice.
- Finer Skills of an Effective Counsellor.
- Experiential Learning of Salient Counselling Concepts.
- Correct Knowledge of Ethical Principles in Counselling.
- Comprehensive Understanding of Human Behaviour.
- Synthesize Learning Experience through Assignments and Role Plays.
Modules of the Curriculum
|Case History Taking & MSE|
|What is Case History and it’s importance|
|Formats of Case history (Children, Adolescent, Adults, Parents)|
|Skills (Rapport formation, Questioning skills, Responding skills, observation skills, documenting skills, etc.)|
|● Personal attributes ● Explanation of domains of case history ● MSE ● Phases of interview ● Process ● Diagnosing|
|What is counselling?|
|Difference between counselling, therapy, guidance and advising|
|Usage and benefits of counselling|
|Core skills and techniques|
|● Stages ● Ethics ● dos and don’ts ● steps|
|Counselling & specific skills|
|What is assessment (why and when to use it)|
|Difference between assessment, evaluation, testing, grading)|
|Types of assessment and scoring|
|Standardization and its importance|
|Communicating assessment results|
|counselling and prevalent concerns (behavioural activation, suicide prevention, anxiety management, behavioural concerns, etc.)|
|Essence of counselling|
|Child Rights and Policies|
|● POCSO ● JJ ACT ● RPWD ● MHCA|
How much time we need to dedicate?
2 hours a day. We will be sending you the daily schedule or task to work upon.
Yes you will be getting E-certificate of internship completion along with performance letter for the same.
Overview of Internship Program
|No. of lecture||12-13|
|Class timings:||6pm onwards|
|As per university guidelines:||Yes|
|Duration:||1 month (60hours)|
|Time Dedication:||2 hours (Includes assignments and Classes)|
|Batch size:||20 students|