Case Management & Settlement Counselling
This course will introduce learners to the basic foundational counselling skills that recognize and encourage the diverse and multicultural milieu of the immigrant clients they will serve. The student will have the opportunity to learn and practice basic interview and introductory counselling skills that are required for developing effective and professional relationships with newcomers. In this course the learner will discuss case management and various counselling theories and techniques. Through discussions, coursework, and lectures, students will understand the importance of person and family centered approaches to counselling for Newcomers. Settlement counselling will be discussed, as will an overview of individual and family counselling and employment counselling.
Area of Interest:
Education, Community & Social Services