A virtual-reality training course is about to be available to anyone with an internet connection.
The program, called Virtual Spiritual Counseling, is the brainchild of former Melbourne spiritual counsellor Karina Katrinas, who was recently hired as a full-time virtual-therapy teacher at the University of Melbourne.
The aim is to train people who are interested in becoming spiritual counselors and help them build the skills they need to succeed.
The training includes an online course that teaches virtual-experience techniques, a virtual classroom and a virtual therapy room.
The Virtual Spiritual Counsellors (VSC) course is a virtual-education experience, which is different from what is taught in a traditional classroom.
The virtual space, called the virtual therapist space, has a large, screen-sized screen, where students can watch videos, listen to audio and read letters from their virtual therapist.
The instructors use a software that can read letters, identify emotions and interact with virtual patients.
“In our experience, the first few months, you can’t go far wrong,” Katrinascos said.
“It is a lot of fun and it’s easy to learn and to put in the time.
“I don’t think they realise how hard it is to make it as a therapist.” “
Virtual therapy is not a traditional therapy session. “
I don’t think they realise how hard it is to make it as a therapist.”
Virtual therapy is not a traditional therapy session.
Katrinass’ course is the first of its kind and it is only the second of its type to be offered at a university.
Virtual therapists have been used to help people with autism, bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.
In April, the Victorian Government launched a virtual psychotherapy service called Virtual Psychotherapy.
The Victorian Government has been working with Katrinassi for about two years, and it has trained about 50 people, mostly students.
The new Virtual Spiritual Council (Vsc) is the result of that training.
“Virtual therapy is an amazing opportunity for the students to explore and get a sense of who they are and how they are experiencing the world,” Ms Katrinasa said.
Virtual therapy has become a hot topic in the digital-age world, with many people becoming increasingly interested in virtual therapy and the people involved in it.
Ms Katinas said she was looking for a way to provide a virtual space where students could connect with other students.
“The students need to feel like they can talk to their peers, which can be really hard when you’re on the computer,” she said.
Ms Karina said virtual-mental-health training was becoming more popular in Australia.
“When we started working on this, we didn’t have a lot funding and people were worried about the costs of virtual-psychotherapy training,” she added.
Virtual-therapists are trained in the techniques of emotional listening, which helps people listen to what their body and mind is telling them.
Ms Karias said virtual therapy was a new way of learning about mental health.
“This is a very interesting way to go, but there is so much more you can learn about mental illness through therapy,” she noted.
She said the virtual-spiritual-therapist training could become an important part of the new digital-education system. “
So the idea is that you can get an idea of who you are as a person and you will know who you need to help.”
She said the virtual-spiritual-therapist training could become an important part of the new digital-education system.
“What we’re really interested in is the future of virtual therapy,” Ms Karis said.