Diploma in CounsellingTata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)
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A Bachelor's Degree, in any discipline, of a minimum of 3 years duration or its equivalent (under the 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 or 10+2+2+1 year bridge course pattern of study or any other pattern fulfilling the mandatory requirements of 15 years formal education) from a recognised University. Preference will be given to those with work experience in clinical, social and developmental settings.
-To develop a greater awareness of "self" as a tool for change in the counselling process.
-To build personal qualities for growth and professional development as necessary requisites for effective counselling.
-To systematically understand the purpose, scope, types, theories and approaches to counselling with a focus on their relevance to practice.
-To develop competencies to plan and engage in relevant interventions for effective counselling.
List of Courses and Distribution of Credits:
Basic Course 1 - Introduction to Counselling (2 Credits)
Basic Course 2 - Personal and Interpersonal Development of the Counsellor (PIDC) (2 Credits)
Basic Course 3 - Human Growth and Development across the Lifespan (2 Credits)
Basic Course 4 - Concepts in Psychology (2 Credits)
Basic Course 5 - Counselling Theories (2 Credits)
Basic Course 6 - Counselling Process (2 Credits)
Basic Course 7 - Theoretical Approaches to Counselling and Techniques (4 Credits)
Basic Course 8 - Understanding Psychological Problems (2 Credits)
Theory Courses total credits - 18 Credits
Field Practicum - 12 Credits
Total - 30 Credits