Master of Counselling Online Information Session

Fremantle & Sydney 15 Jul 2020

Thank you for your registration to the Master of Counselling Online Information Session.

We look forward to seeing you at the Zoom session.

Fremantle I Sydney
Date: Wednesday 15 July 2020
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm AWST I 7:00pm – 8:00pm AEST
Location: Online Webinar and Q&A Session – register to receive the Zoom link

Do you aspire to help others and make a genuine difference?

Join us for our Online Information Session and Q&A to learn more about how the Master of Counselling will equip you with the knowledge, skills and competencies needed to gain accreditation with Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation Australia (PCFA) and/or the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).

At the event you will hear directly from the Program Coordinator, Dr Marieke Ledingham, and current students about Notre Dame’s integrative approach to counselling practice, with a focus on contemporary and evidence-based approaches, group work, mental health, research skills, and counselling across the life span.

I want to be part of the helping profession. I am determined to provide professional support and guidance to those who need it.

Master of Counselling student, May Ann. Watch her video.

You will also hear about the program’s structure, duration, entry requirements and 120-hours of counselling placement. At the Q&A session you will have the opportunity to have all your questions answered.

  • Register here

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  • About Dr Marieke Ledingham

    Marieke is programme coordinator for the Master of Counselling, Fremantle. She is an experienced psychologist and counsellor who has worked in Ireland and Australia in the private and public sectors, including hospital settings, community agencies, private practice, secondary and tertiary institutions. She currently works with adults and couples on a wide range of issues in private practice.

    Marieke’s PhD research focused on burnout in the mental health profession, specifically focusing on perceptual barriers to recognising and responding to burnout in the workplace. This research led to a theoretical model of perceptual barriers to burnout prevention and recommendations as to how these might be addressed in the mental health workforce.

    Marieke has presented her research at several academic and professional conferences and also gives guest lectures to students and practitioners on the topic of burnout, wellbeing and workplace stress.

Zoom FAQs

  • How will the event work?

    The online Information Session will be delivered virtually via Zoom. You can download the Zoom app for PCMacAndroid or iOS in advance.

  • How to join the online information session in three easy steps

    1. Clicking on the Zoom link - (add the Zoom link you will receive after registering)
    2. Enter your details
    3. Click the URL provided to join the session
  • Things to know about the event

    To make sure all participants get the most out of the event, please note the following:

    • Your microphone will be muted by default when you join the Virtual Q&A.
    • It is important you keep your microphone on mute when you are not speaking to minimise background noise.
    • You can turn your video on if you wish.
  • How to ask questions during the event

    You can ask questions via the chat box by clicking the ‘chat’ button located at the bottom of the screen.

  • Need more information

    The International Office is available to answer any questions you may have on +61 8 9433 0873 or by email to international@nd.edu.au.

    We look forward to seeing you online!