Healthy aspects and strengths of clients (whether being seen as individuals, couples, families, groups or organisations
Environmental/situational influences (how cultural, gender and lifestyle issues shape people’s experiences and concerns).
Issues of diversity and social justice.
The role of career and work in peoples’ lives.
School and career/work adjustment concerns.
Making decisions about career and work, and dealing with school‐work‐retirement transitions.
Relationship difficulties‐including marital and family difficulties.
Learning and skill deficits.
Stress management and coping with negative life events.
Dealing with and adjusting to physical disabilities, disease or injury.Personal/social adjustment.
The development of one’s identity.Persistent difficulties with relating to other people in general.
Skills & Procedures Utilised
The procedures and techniques used within psychological counselling include, but are not limited to:
Individual, family and group counselling and psychotherapy.
Crisis intervention, disaster and trauma management
Assessment techniques for the diagnosis of psychological disorders.
Programs/workshops that educate and inform the public about mental health, school, family, relationship and workplace issues so that problems can be prevent-ed before they start or reduced before they get worse.
Consulting with organisations.
• Program evaluation and treatment outcome (e.g., client progress).
Training.Clinical supervision.Test construction and validation.
Research methodologies for scientific investigations.