Do you want to become a relationship counsellor with expertise in domestic and family violence?
As a relationship counsellor, you can support individuals and families with a range of complex personal and relational issues affecting individual and family functioning, which have implications for child wellbeing and development. This course is suitable for counsellors (or equivalently qualified or experienced practitioners) who are seeking to enhance their skills and work with individuals, couples and families impacted by domestic and family violence.
After completing our relationship counselling course, graduates may be eligible to work with a range of complex issues, including family violence, within community service organisations and government departments.
Our innovative, new course is also designed to equip graduates with the requisite skills and knowledge to work in a variety of senior roles involving the oversight of family violence service delivery. This includes, but is not limited to, risk management, multi-disciplinary collaborative practice aligned with current legislation and practice requirements, family violence practice guidelines and legal/statutory obligations.
For more information and to express your interest in this course, please contact RAV Training via email or by calling the number listed below.