Psychology and Counseling
- Students enrolled in this course study the minds of other people and themselves and acquire practical skills for supporting others, including counselling skills. They learn the mechanism of human minds, movement of mind, and methods of providing mental support. They thus acquire knowledge and skills needed to support people with mental problems, such as children refusing to go to school, bullying victims, and people suffering from PTSD or other forms of mental illness.
- This course allows students to acquire knowledge on movement of mind from various perspectives, including clinical psychology, counselling, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, pediatric psychology, and social psychology. The course also helps students to be qualified as certified public psychologists, clinical psychologists, and other mental health professionals.