I am after a bit of feedback in regard to the Grad Dip Counselling. I have a Social Science degree and a Dip Community Service, with lots of years of work in the community sector, predominantly with young people.
I am wanting to broaden my skill set and also my reach in terms of working with a wider array of people.
Has anyone done either of these courses? I am going to study with Monash. I wondered how well recognised the Grad Dip may be in the sector?
Thanks heaps for the help.
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