After completing the studies in Psychosocial Counselling, in the first instance, the graduates can engage in creative work processes in organizations dealing with social welfare, education programmes and psychosocial rehabilitation, or wherever they offer various forms of psychosocial assistance, including the commercial sector, public, private or non-governmental organizations, or they can continue their studies at Masters level.
Possibilities to perform practice: The graduate is an expert in providing the basic psychosocial assistance and non-directive therapy. This includes: assistance in difficult life situations, emotional relief, deep insight into current problems, strengthening self-reliance, empowerment for solving problems by oneself, developing social skills, promoting personal growth. For the implementation of this aid, during the studies, the student gains knowledge and skills to set up an advisory relationship, carry out a non-directive interview, recognize symptoms of mental disorders and refer to the appropriate expert or the relevant institution.
After completing the study programme, the graduate of the programme Psychosocial Counselling is qualified to provide basic psychosocial counselling to different populations, such as children, young people, the elderly, patients, migrants, people with mental health problems, drug addicts, the unemployed, homeless, criminals, and similar.
These activities can be carried out in appropriate public or private institutions, non-governmental organizations, or private practice.