Regardless of the course you take at JNI, you’ll graduate with both theoretical and practical knowledge in how to inspire change in others, so they can transform, grow and experience a deeper sense of wellbeing. Our graduates usually take these skills to two main fields; counselling and psychotherapy, or community services.
COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
Work directly with people who need help to solve their personal and emotional issues, from addiction rehabilitation to corporate coaching and personal mentoring. This career path is focused on positively influencing the lives of others, with graduates finding work in in community and government organisations, corporate companies or by entering independent practice. Courses exist to cater for all levels right through to our Master of Counselling and Applied Psychotherapy, which will deepen your understanding of human behaviour and ability to transform the lives of your clients.
Graduates work with communities in need, providing direct support and planning programs to help vulnerable groups. You will find with work with government and community-based organisations that support disabled people, migrants or families experiencing the impacts of domestic violence or substance abuse, unemployment and mental illness. This study stream is ideal for counselling students interested in work in the not-for-profit and public sectors.