Professional Development

Key Concepts in On the Run (Accidental) Counselling ©

While Teachers are not necessarily formally trained counsellors, they can often find themselves in situations where they need to respond to a colleague, student or a parent’s distress, concerns and strong emotions that are outside their formal role.

As a Teacher you are already an early intervention responder (whether you are consciously aware of this or not). This course two-hour online course provides an overview of the On The Run Counselling model which integrates intentional, evidence-based practice with your existing skills and strengths.

Based on our popular one-day workshop, this online course builds on the array of skills and experiences that Teachers already have, which can be scaffolded by the On The Run Counsellor model.

Suitable for Proficient Level Teachers who teach students in Early Stage 1 to Stage 6.

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  • Course Duration: 2 Hours
  • Cost: $39.95 + GST

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