So what happens after you graduate from BTI with your counselling qualification?
Providing support, assistance, advocacy and counselling to people from all walks of life irrespective of culture, gender, sexuality or religious beliefs is centric to the life of every counsellor.
Here, BTI Counselling graduates share how they are empowering people by helping them to deal with the issues in their lives. We also hear what motivates them and what they liked about studying at BTI.
Karen Teasale has a lot of strings to her bow. She is a professional counsellor, a strength-finder coach, and draws deeply on both of those capacities in her Leadership Development and Support role at Mt Mosaic church.
Vicky Hegarty started working at St Peters House in Tauranga shortly after graduating with a Diploma of Counselling from BTI in 2003. Ten years later, she is still there and still going strong!