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Specific admission requirements are as follows: Prior to being accepted into the MBS program, the following requirement must be met: 1. The DPsych aims to develop ethical, reflective and professional practitioners of counselling psychology who work collaboratively with their clients to provide high-quality psychological services, drawing on evidence-based psychological practice in the context of a therapeutic relationship characterised by trust, respect, and appreciation for the subjective experience of the person and individuality of the client and their unique world view.

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Publisher: Thomson Brooks/Cole; 7 edition (February 17, 2006)

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