Duration: 2 hours

Describe how conflicting points of view might be rationalised in ethics.
Duration: 2 hours

Develop an understanding of how ethics can be applied to better manage the effective functioning of human societies.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about ethics and how it is applied to determine and manage the rights of individuals.
Duration: 1 hour

Study the general scope, nature and language of ethics.
Duration: 2 hours

Identify how and why different people will choose to adopt one ethical position rather than another.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about ethics, ethical issues and the application of ethics in the workplace.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Discuss the virtues found or lacking in different people and groups of people.
Duration: 3 hours

In this course, you will learn about the ABC model; different applications of behavioural assessments; major techniques and problems with interpretation and use of these assessments.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Learn about different types of assessment tests and how they were developed.
Duration: 4 hours

Interviews are an important source of information in profiling. Learn how they can help collect and contextualise data.
Duration: 4 hours

Learn some of the basics of behavioural psychology and profiling. A profile of an individual at its most basic is an outline of what a person is really like in terms of their personality traits and characteristics.
Duration: 2.5 hours

Learn about profiling and the types of information used. Discover how profiling can be useful in different contexts, including marketing and law.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Learn about common applications for profiling, including job screening and threat identification.
Duration: 1 hour

Learn key perspectives and start developing the capacity to argue varying viewpoints about ethics.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Learn about social contracts and their ethical implications for human rights and behaviour.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about the complexities of human development theories in relation to adolescents specifically.

Duration: 2.5 hours

Develop an understanding of life crises in relation to adolescents. Changes in people at puberty can lead to it being considered a crisis. The concept of “crisis” is a key issue in psychology when considering problems and breakdowns in the life cycle.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about the physical changes that occur during puberty and maintaining optimum health.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about the intellectual changes that occur in adolescence and how to work toward optimum outcomes for all.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Learn about the stages of development during which adolescent personalities and morality are developed; what the most common emotional struggles are; the main effects on teenagers' mental and physical health; the role of family in adolescent emotional development and some strategies to encourage emotional autonomy.
Duration: 4 hours

Study the development of sexuality during adolescence. including main sexual changes that happen during and post puberty. Includes material on youth experiences and how to understand adolescents in order to offer adequate support.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about social development in adolescence; how adolescents are influenced by their peers, parents and teachers; the responsibility adults have on making sure their influence remains pertinent in young people's lives, and to ensure young people are not overly reliant on peers leading to poor health outcomes or risk-taking behaviours.
Duration: 1.5 hours

In this course, you will learn about theories of moral development in relation to teenagers.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about potential links between adolescence and delinquent activity and crime.
Duration: 1 hour

In this course, you will learn about comorbidities, risk factors of substance abuse, alcohol and other co-morbid disorders.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about the short and long term effects of alcohol consumption; acceptable levels of consumption; the effects on daily life; how long it stays in the bloodstream and behavioural effects related to alcohol concentration.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Study the application of counselling to behavioural addictions such as gambling and shopping, and more.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Learn how to assess someone with an alcohol problem, including the main questions used to track the drinking history; motivational interviews; detoxification; abstinence; medications that help reducing the craving for alcohol consumption; effective forms of counselling.
Duration: 1.5 min

In this course, you will learn key principles in effective treatments for drug addiction; how MET (Motivational Enhancement Therapy) can help; medications that help with the withdrawal symptoms; behavioural therapies; residential treatments.
Duration: 2 hours

Study the basics of drug and addiction counselling, along with some key terms. Useful for beginners, or those interested in expanding their existing counselling practice.
Duration: 4 hours

Learn about the most common drugs and how how they are classified. Includes material on the short- and long-term effects each drug may have on physical human health and behaviour.
Duration: 35 min

An introduction to different services and treatments available to help a person with an addiction. The support is dependent on the addiction, the person, and the geographical location.
Duration: 2 hours

In this course, you will learn about types of substances which people become dependent (cannabis, heroin, cocaine, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, etc); theories as to why people take substances; and other behavioural addictions such as: gambling, alochol, and shopping.
Duration: 1 hour

Learn to identify risks; establish ground rules and boundaries online and over the phone; and why people seek for internet or phone counselling.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Learn why ethics is so important in counselling; mandatory and aspirational ethics; what informed consent is; confidentiality; and what to do in extreme cases of dealing with suicidal clients.
Duration: 1 hour

In this course, you will learn the importance of informed consent; how to moderate forums; how to identify trolls; and about boundaries and debriefing.
Duration: 1 hour

Studyt online therapy, its benefits, and the basics of email and chat counselling and how to use emoji and apps.
Duration: 1 hour

You will learn about the stages of telephone counselling, how to develop and use microskills, and how to work on non-verbal and verbal communication skills on the phone or via digital media. You'll also learn how to professionally end a call.
Duration: 1 hour

Learn some of the downsides of using telephone and online counselling, such as nuisance, silent or chronic callers.
Duration: 1 hour

In this course, you will learn how you can apply counselling skills in your daily life and to help others; the key elements of an effective counselling; common techniques; the importance of asking open and closed questions; verbal and non-verbal communication.
Duration: 1 hour

You will learn how to define a starting and ending time for the counselling session, how to set professional boundaries, and see examples of using counselling skills. You'll also learn ways to get started as working as an e-counsellor.
Duration: 3.5 hours

The counsellor is there to help the client through those difficulties, to help them consider what the difficulties are, why they are finding it hard to cope with them and then help them to find strategies to move on with their lives.
Duration: 3 hours

We all have emotions, but often we cannot explain them. Emotions are generally described as our natural, instinctive state of mind, derived from our mood, circumstances or relationships with others.
Duration: 2 hours

A set of practical tools and ideas, including empathy, respect, and listening, and recognising client strengths. Includes case studies.
Duration: 2.5 hours

When we have words without the sight of non-verbal communication, there is potential for more misunderstandings.
Duration: 4 hours

An introduction to body language, projection, traits, and stereotypes. Includes material on Freudian models and defence models.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Different clients may have different needs that don’t always fit specifically into the theory the counsellor practices. Learn how to implement counselling theory in practical ways.
Duration: 5 hours

Implementing counselling skills in the real world -- practical ideas and tips to help others.
Duration: 1.5 hours

How to strike a reasonable life balance, including managing both positivity and negativity. Useful for work and personal settings, and includes material on theory and practice.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Anger is a very strong emotion and one which can at times get the better of many people. Learn about the impact of anger, physiological responses, and management techniques.
Duration: 2.5 hours

Negative emotions can be hard to shake. Learn strategies to help overcome negative thoughts and improve well-being in the home.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about potential work stressors and conflicts, how to manager emotions at work, and techniques for well-being in the workplace. Includes case studies.
Duration: 2 hours

An introduction to common negative emotions, the focus of shame, guilt, and reduced self-esteem. Includes practical ways to help deal with stress from negative emotions.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Mood disturbances, depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns can be difficult to manage. Start learning to recognise common symptoms in order to create a basic management plan.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about the ideas underlying negative emotions, causes of negative emotions, stress responses, and how these tie into mental health.
Duration: 2 hours

Stress occurs when a system is put under pressure. Likewise, when people are overtaxed they become stressed. If this stress continues indefinitely, they experience strain and this can make us vulnerable to a range of psychological, physical and emotional difficulties.
Duration: 3 hours

Environmental psychology is a specialised branch of psychology which focuses on research and practice in the relationships between people and the physical environment – these can be built or natural environments. The environment influences how people behave, but also people can change the environment. Therefore, environmental psychology is concerned with the impact of the environment on people and the impact of people on the environment.
Duration: 1+ hours

In this course, you will learn about the broad groups of psychological disorders in children such as developmental, emotional, and behavioural disorders; main causes; resilience; vulnerability.
Duration: 2.5 hours

In this course, you will learn about the different types of depression, the impact of gender on depression, how to determine the type of depression, symptoms, treatments, triggers, risk factors, grief, psychological aspects, talking therapies and more.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

Before you can begin to offer counselling, you need to gain a full picture of the child's problems. In this course, you will understand the significance of development and differences to adults in the assessment of child mental health.
Duration: 2 -3 hours

Eating disorders are present when a person has severe disturbances in their eating behaviour, such as reducing their food intake in an extreme way or overeating in an extreme way. They may also experience severe distress about their body, eating and their body shape. With this course, you will learn how childhood eating and feeding disorders are classified, and possible counselling approaches to treatment.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

Conduct disorders in children are serious emotional and behaviour disorders. The child may show patterns of violent and disruptive behaviour. They may have problems following rules. With this course, you will understand childhood anxiety and possible counselling approaches to treatment.
Course Duration: 2 hours

With this course, you will learn what are the signs of anxiety in children and possible counselling approaches to treatment.
Duration: 2 -3 hours

All children experience sadness in response to stressful situations such as loss of a loved one, death of a pet or failing an exam. With this course, you will learn about childhood depression and possible counselling approaches to treatment.
Course Duration: 2 - 3 hours

Understand how counselling is applied for bedwetting, cross cultural issues, bullying, children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder); and compare alternative response strategies.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about different causes of brain damage and the resultant effects on brain functioning.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Learn how evolution, genetics and experience influence behaviour and individual differences.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about different models of language localisation and evaluate evidence for these models.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about memory structures in the brain, theories of memory storage and evidence from different types of amnesia.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about the effects of drugs on the central nervous system and biopsychological theories of addiction and reward systems in the brain.
Duration:

Learn about neuroplasticity from the perspective of development, learning and recovery from brain damage.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about methods of research used to understand the functioning of the nervous system and behaviour.
Duration: 2 hours

With this course you will learn more about the nature, scope and impact of mental health on adults of all ages.
Duration: 2 hours

With this course you will learn about the nature of anxiety and related conditions and consider possible responses that may be used for these conditions.
Duration: 2 hours

Eating disorders are characterised by an abnormal attitude towards food. This attitude causes the person to change their eating behaviour and habits. With this course you will learn about the scope and nature of eating disorders in adults, and consider the responses that might be taken to such conditions.
Duration: 2 hours

Dementia is an acquired impairment affecting personality and intellect. The deficits usually become generalised and it affects about 50 million people worldwide.
Learn more about the scope and nature of dementia in adults and consider the responses that might be taken to such conditions.
Duration: 2 hours

With this course you will learn about the scope and nature of antisocial personality disorders, and consider the responses that might be taken to such conditions.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn how about what is available as self-help options that will easy the suffering of anyone struggling with mental health problems.
Duration: 2 hours

Schizophrenia is usually a long-term mental health condition. With this course you will learn about the nature of schizophrenia and consider the responses that might be taken to such conditions.
Duration: 2 hours

The services available for people with mental health issues will vary from country to country and from area to area.
Learn how to identify mental health services and support options available for those with mental health issues.


Duration: 2 hours

With this course you will learn the purposes for using play therapy, potential of what it might achieve, and determine situations where it is appropriate to use it as a therapeutic technique.
Duration: 2 hours

With this course you will learn about the therapeutic play continuum, applications of play and play therapy, play therapy tools, advantages and issues arising in therapy.
Duration: 2.5 - 3 hours

Anxiety and depression are sometimes referred to as internalising disorders because they affect the child’s internal world. With this course you will learn how play therapy can be used to help children with emotional disturbances such as depression and anxiety disorders.

Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours

Play therapy has evolved as a therapy primarily aimed at treating psychological problems and disorders of childhood. With this course you will learn how to determine the proper type of play therapy to assist adult populations with specific emotional and psychological problems which can benefit from play.
Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours

With this course you will learn how play can be used in occupational therapy and other contexts to help people manage or rehabilitate from physical and mental disabilities, and the role of science and technology.
Duration: 2 hours

With this course you will learn how play therapy can be used to help children with behavioural disorders such as conduct disorder, hyperactivity, oppositional defiant disorder and problems with anger and impulse control.
Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours

Play therapy has been used to treat children with developmental disorders, most notably those on the autism spectrum but those with also children with intellectual disability and learning disorders. With this course you will learn about play therapy, how it can be used to treat developmental disorders such as autism, intellectual disability and learning disorders.
Duration: 2 hours

With this course you will learn to appropriately choose and apply play therapies for children suffering from social and family related problems such as grief and loss, crises such as divorce, and trauma-related issues.
Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours

With this course you will learn about a range of different but closely related therapies including music, art, and drama therapy, and techniques used in these therapies which are incorporated into play therapy.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about barriers to effective multi-cultural relationships. Adherence to a specific technique or method may limit the success of a counselling service. Many cultural groups do not share the values implied by the methods and thus do not share the service providers expectations for the conduct or outcome of the service. To counter these differences, effective service providers must investigate their clients' cultural background and be open to flexible definitions of "appropriate" or "correct" behaviour. The basis of understanding others, however, must be understanding of ourselves.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about cultural diversity and different ways that it can be expressed within a society. Cultural diversity refers to the differences between human communities based on differences in their ideologies, values, beliefs, norms, customs, meanings and ways of life – in other words, diversity based on cultural differences.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn how culture affects self-awareness through verbal and non-verbal means.

Duration: 2 hours

Learn about the fundamentals of developing and implementing cultural competence.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about multi-cultural attitudes toward mental health issues.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Learn about the influences of prejudice and racism.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn about shortcomings of current counselling theories and possible future developments. Different people will experience and respond to crises in different ways, each of which can be quite valid. These variations can become even more important in cases affected by cultural differences.
Duration: 2.5 hours

Learn about the impact of culture when working with culturally different clients.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

With this course you will learn about the theories of ageing, and to develop an understanding of the different stages of human development.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

With this course you will learn about the psychological impact of changes which occur as a person reaches old age.
Duration: 2 -3 hours

Ageing inevitably leads to physical decline. With this course you will understand the effect of physical health problems on older people.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

With this course you will learn about the nature and the scope of support services, including counselling, for the elderly.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

With this course you will learn to a range of solutions that can enable an elderly person to adapt to changed circumstances in order to continue performing tasks or pursuing interests that are becoming increasingly difficult for them.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

Learn a variety of counselling techniques can be applied to specific grief and loss situations for counselling elderly persons.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

With this course you will develop a strategy for counselling an elderly person who has been diagnosed with a debilitating or terminal illness.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

Learn to develop a strategy for counselling an elderly person who has lost a loved one.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

Learn how to determine when and how to intervene in the life of an elderly person.