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Wellness practice. Module 22

Welcome to this study unit that will orientate you in the approach we take in wellness counselling and coaching. The purpose is to develop your professionalism as credentialing. We believe that in order to have professional standing you should have a sound academic background, understanding of ethics and client rights and good insight of the wellness model of biopsychosocial coaching and counselling.

R 1650


This Course Includes

35 Days Learning Content
Assessment
On Demand Training

Accreditation

MDH Training Services - Student Support Centre

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  • Here is exactly what we cover in this course:

    Module 22.1.  Humanistic psychology with the focus on client centred counselling is an important building block in the wellness system.  We introduce you here to the wider context of psychology as background study with reference to the way community counselling grew out of the career counselling movement,  how psychology as subject came about and which psychologists made a significant contribution,  and overview of abnormal psychology and helpful skills like TIR.

    Module 22.2  will take you through the bodymind model with reference to bodymind therapies applied in wellness such as visualisation, Bodily-kinaesthetic counselling and Meditation.

    Module 22.3   will introduce you to the principles of professional ethics and the requirements of client rights. This will not only boost your confidence, but provide you with a professional image and reputation.

    We trust that you will enjoy the course.

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