Postgraduate education in family therapy

Eligibility criteria

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To be eligible for the Postgraduate Certificate in Family Therapy for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Workers, students must either have a relevant undergraduate qualification OR work in, and have made a significant contribution to the field for a period of three years or more. Since students are constantly required to integrate learning and practice, preference is given to applicants currently in work contexts that have direct involvement with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander families. Please contact us on (03) 9385 5100 or at b.moloney@latrobe.edu.au to talk about your suitability for the course.

Note: There are a limited number of places available in each course for non-Indigenous workers. Non-Indigenous workers MUST be currently working with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander families AND be endorsed by their local Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation to be considered for entry into the course.

An image of the Postgraduate Certificate of Family Therapy for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Workers, Mildura 2012 cohort.

Graduates from the Mildura training, 2012.

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