Counselling Case Study Essays and Term Papers

  • Case Study Counselling in the Work Placement

    learning centre R VIC Diploma in Counselling: Case Study Sixth term: Case Study. Length: 3,500 words (in total) General Points The subject of the case study must be a client whom you have been counselling for at least 6 sessions, preferably more. The case study is about how you and your client have...

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  • Marriage Counselling

    COUNSELLIING 1.1 DEFINITION OF PREMARITAL COUNSELLING 1 1.2 PURPOSE OF PREMARITAL COUNSELLING 1 1.3 TASK OF THE HELPER 2 1.4 HYPOTHETICAL CASE STUDY OF PREMARITAL COUNSELLING 2 1.5 SERVICE PROVIDERS OF PREMARITAL COUNSELLING 3 2. MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT 4 2...

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  • Case Studies of Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Development at a State University

    Edinburgh Between Counselling and Research: A Radical Argument for the Power of Example Drawing on debates in critical social science, this paper advances a radical argument for the qualitative case study as a crucial and powerful approach to counselling research. I discuss what...

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  • The Role of a Counsellor Is to Facilitate a Person

    counsellor is to facilitate a person’s resolution to problem issues whilst respecting their values, personal resources, culture and capacity for choice. Counselling can provide people with a regular time and space to talk about their problems and explore difficult feelings in a confidential and dependable environment...

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  • How's Importance of Couseling

    Assessment of the Quality of Guidance and Counselling Services to Students’ Adjustment in Secondary Schools in Edo State of Nigeria E. O. Egbochuku Department of Educational Psychology and Curriculum Studies University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria E-mail: mamandidi@yahoo.co.uk Tel: +234-803-7190802...

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  • Issues in Counselling

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  • Principals’ and Students’ Attitude Towards Provision of Guidance and Counselling Servises and Maintenance of Dicsipline in Secondary Schools of Nyamira District-Kenya

    PRINCIPALS’ AND STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS PROVISION OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SERVISES AND MAINTENANCE OF DICSIPLINE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF NYAMIRA DISTRICT-KENYA BY: DR. OURU JOHN NYAEGAH ABSTRACT The overall running, control, tone maintenance, the general development of school education and...

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  • Bsc Integative Counselling

    | | Department of PSYCHOLOGY Programme Handbook: Integrative Counselling 2011-12 Programme Convenor: TBA Email: CONTENTS                                                                                  ...

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  • Marketing

    EAP COUNSELLING: OUTCOMES, IMPACT & RETURN ON INVESTMENT. Paul J Flanagan & Jeffrey Ots Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) integrate services to employers and their employees to alleviate psychosocial, psychological and work-related behavioural issues which impact on work and personal wellbeing...

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  • Tma03

    need to provide a fictional case study of a counselling client with issues relating to fear and sadness, and then consider how their individual problems might be located in their family system relationships and the social context in which they are embedded. Your case study should focus on the family and...

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  • Pyc3705

    and suggestions when writing a journal Activities Study package References PART 1: BEGINNINGS: CREATING CONTEXT Study Unit 1: Finding your personal space within the module 1.1 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Transformative Counselling Encounters and I How we engage with you in the module...

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  • PYC3705

    writing a journal xi Activities xi Study package xiii References xiii PART 1:  BEGINNINGS: CREATING CONTEXT Study Unit 1:  Finding your personal space within the module 5 1.1 Transformative Counselling Encounters and I 5 1.2 How we engage with...

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  • knowledge and practise of pre-test and immediate post-test counselling on HIV amongst nurses in Ile-Ife.

    CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY Globally approximately 33 million people live with HIV and of these about 50% are women (UNAIDS, 2009).Sub Saharan Africa alone accounts for 67% of the people living with HIV (UNAIDS, 2009) and the majority (61%) are women (Eyakudze et al., 2008). Human...

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  • Divorce in Australia - Legal Studies

    Divorce in Australia Family Law Unit Mark A Legal Studies With the very nature and fluidity of Family Law, many attempts at definitive meanings are met with a high degree of confusion even by the most learned minds. Family law is an area of the law that deals with family-related...

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  • Research & Counselling

    how it can be used to inform counselling practice Research is a systematic process of critical enquiry leading to valid propositions & conclusions that are communicated to interested others1 and good research is reproducible. Research is a collective activity – each study drawing on what has gone before...

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  • Counselling

    can such a person counsel anyone. There are many reasons as to why people choose to undergo counselling, these reasons range from; Relationship difficulties, lack of confidence, Depression, Exam and study stress. We go in to therapy in the hope of getting some, quick release from the distress that...

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  • Lecturer

    Family Planning Module: 3. Counselling for Family Planning Study Session 3 Counselling for Family Planning Introduction The primary objective of counselling in the context of family planning is to help people in your village decide on the number of children they wish to have, and when to have them...

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  • An Analysis of the Impact of Bereavement Counselling to Reduce Death Implication to Surviving Spouses

    Bereavement counselling is a specialised type of counselling that involves supporting individuals who have experienced the loss of a loved one. This counselling helps them work through their grief as well as perhaps learn coping mechanisms to help them when they are on their own. Bereavement counselling is recommended...

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  • Miss

    management and its various components will be discussed. At last, we will discuss about the current performance management of Colbran Medical Institute case study. There are some particular performance appraisal issues in the Colbran Medical Institute, such as the potential for distortion of appraisals, will...

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  • Safety

    table shows the details regarding the number of students admitted in the study centres since 2002-03 academic year. Table 1 Enrolment of Students into B.Sc,. (Drug Science) Programme |S No. |Year |Study Center |Number of Students Admitted ...

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