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Social Workers have long been critical to the healthy functioning of societies. Through the years, the important roles they play had to adapt and synchronise with the times. 


Coaching is a growth industry and while COVID has caused severe disruptions, practitioners and clients have mostly been able to pivot to online environments and keep going.


Our world of work is changing so rapidly that many young people wonder whether their chosen career might exist once their studies are completed and they are ready to enter the workplace. Social work is one of those in-demand careers in South Africa. 


Amidst South Africa’s escalating mental health crisis, comes the good news that, this year, the qualified and work-ready graduates of SACAP’s (The South African College of Applied Psychology) various coaching, counselling and psychology study programmes number more than 450.

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