Trauma and Grief Counseling
Dr Damen Queen

Trauma and Grief Counseling

Understanding of the personal and systemic impact of crises, disasters, and other trauma-causing events on individuals, couples, families, and communities

Understanding about theories and response models related to trauma, crisis and grief. 

Enable the participants to learn the counseling process to incorporate these principles and practices into everyday counseling

Fundamentals of Psychology
Dr Paul Ebenezar

Fundamentals of Psychology

Understanding the human mind and behavior has always been one of the most intriguing subject matters for scholars of all times. 

The emotional constructs of the human mind are extremely elusive and require an all-encompassing approach to study them

Marriage & Family Counseling - PG Diploma

Marriage & Family Counseling - PG Diploma

This course is offered to develop marriage and family counselling skills, which are required for doing the internship and acquiring credentials as a Marriage & Family therapist. 

It is also designed for students already having a background in counselling yet wanting specialized skill training.

Counseling Theories & Approaches
Dr Rachel Sebastin

Counseling Theories & Approaches

According to Cormier and Hackney (1987) counselling is defined as the “helping relationship that includes –

a) someone seeking help,

b) someone willing to give help who is capable or trained to help,

c) a setting that permits help to be given and received.


Pastoral care & Counseling
Dr Santhosh John

Pastoral care & Counseling

‘Pastoral Care’: In the early centuries of the church, pastoral care was called the “cure of souls” Cure (from the Latin cura) “to heal”, more often it meant, “To care”. Both healing and growth were included in this word. From the time of Chrysostom, ministers can think of themselves as “physicians of the soul”.

Pastoral care means and is the cure and care of souls.