Advanced Counselling Skills Training



  • Supervised Training 
  • Focus on Practical Aspect
  • Quality Training
  • ​Guidance from RCI Registered Supervisor 


Advanced Counselling Skills Training

Why Join This Training?
  • Psychology is a skilled based career. To be an counsellor or a therapist having effective counselling skills is a pre-requisite
  • How successful you are, largely depends on your knowledge and counselling skills
  • Training in this programs focuses on sharpening one’s patient handling & advanced counselling skills.
  • It focuses on what, how, why and why not to say, focusing on the right choice of words.
  • Training also gives a special emphasis on applications of counselling in various fields.
  • The training shall also increase your chances of getting a job at reputed institutions with a good pay package
When can I Join?

This training is available in the Month of

  • January (Last date of registration 31 December)
  • March (Last of registration is 28 or 29 February)
  • July (Last of registration is 30 June)
  • September (Last of registration is 30 August)

Classes will on every Saturday 10 am to 1pm of a month

Mode of Joining

Training will be at Unique Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Delhi

What will I Get
  • Reading Material
  • Practical Demo’s and role plays
  • Opportunity to work in real time at our clinic
  • Best Trainers training you
  • Certificate
Course Content
  • Concept of Counselling
  • What is & what is not counselling
  • Myths associated with counselling
  • How is counselling different from a regular conversation
  • Counselling environment
  • Dysfunctional Vs functional reasons behind becoming a counsellor
  • Qualities of an effective counsellor
  • Key goals of counselling
  • Roles, responsibilities & challenges faced by a counsellor12 to 15 Micro-and Macro- Counselling Skills
  • Language of Silence
  • Dynamic role of non-verbal aspects of communication
  • Dealing with resistance
  • Counselling Process
  • Some practical googly Questions Frequently encountered by a counsellor
  • Applications of counselling in specific areas like—suicide, drug, disability, medical illness, in non-clinical, school & corporate set-ups
  • Legal and Ethical considerations
  • Rapport Building skills

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