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In today’s stressful life it very common to see people fall sick not physically but mentally. They majorly require psychosocial counselling. Psychosocial counselling is the process of counselling an individual, family, or group during one or more sessions to support the process of overcoming environmental, emotional, or social problems that are affecting the health and well-being. Counselling psychology is a discipline within professional psychology focused on improving personal and relational functioning in all spheres of life. It cuts across vocational, emotional, educational, social, health-related, organizational, and developmental needs. They work to reduce psychological distress and promote the well-being of individuals. Counsellors will focus on treatment to help the people who are in discomfort. Counselling is not just a chance to sit and talk; your whole mind-set can be changed and refreshed by doing so. Instead of seeing the person as a problem, counselling focuses on seeing the problem as a whole and to treat the person wholesomely.

This one-year course will help to counsel the people to overcome environmental, emotional, or social problems and treat them wholesomely.


Students who complete this program will be able to:

Develop plans for people with abnormalities

Appreciate various approaches and therapies in counselling process

Assist mental health professionals

  • Bachelor’s Degree holder / Graduate in any discipline from a recognised University.
  • International / SAARC Graduates from  a recognised / accredited University / Institution.
  • Students appearing for their final graduation exam may also apply, subject to completion of graduation within the time period specified by SCDL.

  • The duration of the program is one year.
  • The registration period is valid for two academic years.

Total Credit Points : 40

Basics of Psychological Counselling
Counsellor and Counselling Skills
Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
Case Study Report 1
Psychoanalytical Approach of Counselling
Humanistic Approaches and Therapies
Cognitive Approaches and Therapies
Case Study Report 2


Mental Health Counsellors, Counsellors at Hospitals, College and Universities Counsellors, School Counsellors

Application Form Fee
The application form fee for applicants in:
  • General Category: ₹ 1200
  • Defence/Paramilitary/Police Category: ₹ 1200
  • International/SAARC Category: US $ 100
Note: Application fee is non-refundable.

Fee Payment Options

Students have two options to pay the program fees as per below specified timelines.
→ Option 1: One-Time Payment: Pay full program fee in one-time payment, as specified for respective program,
within 30 days from the date of grant of confirmed admission.
→ Option 2: Two-Instalments: Pay full program fee in two-instalments:
  • Pay first instalment within 15 days from the date of grant of confirmed admission.
  • Pay second instalment within 45 days of payment of first Instalment payment or on or before
    the last date to pay full fee, whichever is earlier, as per policy.
     Note: Installment option closes 15 days before the last specified date of admission
Category One time full payment 1st installment 2nd installment
General ₹ 35,000/- ₹ 25,000/- ₹ 15,000/-
Defence ₹ 27,000/- ₹ 25,000/- ₹ 7,000/-
NRI $1151 $825 $495
SAARC $850 $700 $300
Note: Exam fees and project fee is not included in program fee. Pay Exam fees and project fee separately. Pay exam fee per paper per attempt. Exam fees or project fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. SCDL does not accept any type of fee in cash.
Mode of Payments
♦ Online: Students can pay application form fees, program fees and all exam fees online.
♦ Demand Draft: Students can pay fees via Demand Draft (DD) drawn in favour of  

   “The Director SCDL, Pune” payable at Pune.



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