we inspire and help Understand and be prepared to work within an ethical framework for analyzing, healing and counselling seekers. Establish and maintain the counselling relationship with the client’s emotional state. Build Resilience and prepare each individual to fight their battle.
After successfully completing a course from Asha the hope, one can start working in any of the mental health setting such as school, NGO, or any non-clinical setup. Also, one can be a speaker on the “Parivartana” platform where we invite our learners to conduct webinars.
Course coordinator will share an admission Google form which you can fill and submit with the course fee.
Course fees can be paid through Bank Transfer or Google pay. Bank details will be provided by the course coordinator.
Only 30 to 35 students are supposed to get enrolled in one batch as, Less number of participants bring more opportunities to interact and clarify doubts.
Notes will be provided within 2 to 3 working days after the class. Our note maker attends each class and prepares notes as per the delivery of the curriculum.
Minimum 80% attendance is required by the ICPEM board to appear viva and final evaluation.
In ATH full attendance is mandatory to complete the course but if an unavoidable situation occurs our students will be receiving the recordings of each live class will be shared within a day after the class so, you can go through the learning.
You can approach the allocated mentor to discuss any issue related to learning. And, contact the course coordinator for documentation or any other concern.
The basic eligibility criteria to get into our beginner-level courses is +2 and for the advanced level courses is Masters in Psychology, Counselling, clinical, social work, or any related subjects, also open for aspirants from Mental health setting.
A passport size photo and a scanned copy of your 10th marksheet. If you want any name change on your certificate then submit either a marriage certificate (if you are married) or an Affidavit.
You will be added in the WhatsApp group where the Zoom link will be shared 10 minutes before the class. Zoom link will also be sent to your respective email ID. Download the Zoom Meeting Application beforehand to join the class without fail.
Above 18 can get enrolled in Diploma courses.
For Mount Bridge University certificate- Above 21years is the eligibility.
After the successful completion of your viva and final evaluation, your documents along with your mark sheet will be sent to the ICPEM board to process certification which takes approximately a month. Certificates will be dispatched to your respective postal address as soon as the ICPEM board reverts with your certificates. The tracking number of the courier will be shared in the WhatsApp group.
We offer courses with skill-based learnings. Right now, in India, there is NO licensing body for counselors. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India has passed the Allied Healthcare Professionals Bill in the Parliament of India. When it is implemented in the whole country as an act, counselors may get their licensing body. However, the licensing body is still not set up. When it is set up only, we will come to know the exact eligibility criteria for practicing professionals. Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) is the licensing body for Special Educators, Clinical Psychologists, Rehabilitation Psychologists and a few other professionals who work with the disabled population and NOT FOR COUNSELORS as they do NOT work on “REHABILITATION” and work with a normal population who have day-to-day issues. Hence, we did not apply for RCI Recognition for this course. Source: RTI Response from RCI in 2011 given below,
No RCI registration is needed for psychologists/Counsellors unless they are specifically clinical psychologists or rehabilitation psychologists or rehabilitation counselors who work with mentally and/or physically disabled.
“Further, it is to inform you that disability rehabilitation includes a continuum of services like prevention, early identification, early intervention, and inclusion of persons with disabilities including persons with mental illness. As informed earlier, clinical psychologists, rehabilitation psychologists, and vocational counselors are among the 16 categories of professionals allocated under the RCI Act. However, school psychologists and educational counselors working for non-disabled persons are beyond the purview of the Council. Similarly, sports psychologists, industrial psychologists, parapsychologists, experimental psychologists, etc. are also not covered under the RCI Act and therefore do not require registration with RCI. The RCI Act, 1992 & RCI (Amendment) Act, 2000, list of recognized universities/institutions, approved training programs and other details are available on the RCI website” – Excerpt from RTI Response by RCI.