Here are some of the testimonials from the Accidental Counsellor Training in Adelaide
This Accidental Counsellor Training program has allowed me to re-examine best practices in dealing with conflict and other personal issues.
Bill Trewartha, Rostrevor College
The Accidental Counsellor Training workshop has enabled me to identify some traps I’m falling into while counselling students. I’m looking forward to implementing these techniques and empowering students to move forward and build resilience.
Suzi Pedler, Torrens Valley Christian School
The Accidental Counsellor Training workshop was thought provoking.
Sally Wilson, Findon High School
The Accidental Counsellor Training workshop was a thoroughly enjoyable and engaging two days.My brain is on overload however I’m looking forward to putting my new learning into practice! I’ve been really challenged by all of the content and really wish I did this session three years ago when I was thrown into the counselling role. Thanks.
Carol Davey, Hallett Cove R-12 School
The Accidental Counsellor Training workshop was presented with confidence and enthusiasm. The different questioning styles and different ways to direct conversation were most useful.
Glen Malkin, Rostrevor College
The Accidental Counsellor Training was excellent and allowed plenty of group discussion/sharing and practice.
Argie Buesnel, Blackwood High School
The Accidental Counsellor Training workshop provided excellent worthwhile training for year level managers.
Robin Parsons, Windsor Gardens Vocational College
The Accidental Counsellor Training workshop taught great practical skills and strategies to use with students and staff, and to help develop my own practice. Excellent.
Alan Peat, Underdale High School
At the Accidental Counsellor Training workshop I learnt to look for the positives in everything. Anonymous
Here’s a letter from Sally Wilson about her experience at the Adelaide Accidental Counsellor Course:
I would like to say that I found your training very useful and have had the opportunity to use some of the skills that I encountered on the day. I was amazed at how empowered I felt when I could pull a strategy out of my hat right away and what’s more felt like I had enabled a student to be in control probably for the first time in a while.
FYI it was the scaling question and using the magic question and then helping them paint a picture to find their own strategy. Such a good course it should be mandatory in teacher training.
Regards Sally Wilson.
Attendees from the following schools joined the Accidental Counsellor Training in Adelaide
Torrens Valley Christian School
Hallett Cove R-12 School
Blackwood High School
Findon High School
Windsor Gardens Vocational College
Underdale High School