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The best way to teach interpersonal skills online
Deliberate practice training for counselling education, social work, and more.Schedule My Demo
A web-based deliberate practice system for interpersonal skill training
Student can practice anytime, anywhere
Skillsetter enables students to practice real-world therapy scenarios, unimpeded by typical requirements like real-time instructor oversight or peer-to-peer role playing.
Get laser-like focus on where each student needs the most help
Skillsetter empowers instructors with a video-based student evaluation system to monitor, advise, and grade students.
Course building made simple
Choose from premade course modules, each targeting a focused group of skills.
Diverse in-session client simulations
Our video library is always expanding with people from different ages, religions, races, sexualities, and more.
Pinpoint where students need help
- Quickly identify which students require support in particular areas.
- Provide grades and feedback directly from Skillsetter.
- Leverage a whole new remote channel to evaluate and support students.
Students become active learners
- Students can practice skills remotely anytime on their own.
- Students watch and learn from their own past in-session behaviors.
- Students ultimately become better at interpersonal interactions.
Quick set up in minutes with built-in modules
Easily administer student assignments by assembling course modules based on learning outcomes. Modules include a library of hundreds of video categories.
"It is a very user-friendly website to navigate for both instructors and students. My students are able to practice their clinical skills and review their recordings easily. I can't imagine it not being part of my course."
Mary Kalazan, EdS., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Adjunct Faculty, Seton Hall University-SWW
"Now that I've used Skillsetter with actual students, I can't imagine teaching therapy skills again without it."
Professor of Psychotherapy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Skillsetter provides hands-on learning for students to acquire counseling skills, and the feedback students receive can be immediately incorporated to enhance their learning."
Christina M. Schnyders, Ph.D., LPCC
Program Director and Associate Professor of Counseling and Human Development, Malone University, Canton, Ohio, USA
Evidence-based skill building
"The evidence suggests that to improve client outcomes, we must focus on improving the skills that characterize the most effective therapists. Such improvement requires deliberate practice of those skills."
Dr. Bruce Wampold