New horizons for Lisa
FAMILIES will benefit from the skills and knowledge of Lisa Jensen.
The Gayndah woman has graduated with an Advanced Diploma of Counselling and Family Therapy.
The ceremony took place at Hills Church in Brisbane on May 10, with family and friends joining Ms Jensen to celebrate the achievement.
Now fully qualified, she will offer private general counselling to the Central and North Burnett area.
Ms Jensen will study for a Vocational Graduate Certificate which she is hoping to complete by the end of the year.
“I am not sure what I plan to do with the degree yet, however I am enjoying the journey and will continue to counsel privately while I wait for a new opportunity to present itself,” she said.
“Building on the skills and knowledge gained through the two-year Advanced of Counselling and Family Therapy, the Vocational Graduate Certificate is a post-graduate internship which requires the achievement of two hundred hours practicum.
“This qualification will allow me to work as a self-employed professional counsellor or family therapist.”
RECENT GRADUATE: Gayndah’s Lisa Jensen’s hard work has paid off.