• 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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  • Using Ict for Distance Learning
    Word count 3215 (word count 3000 words plus 10%) TASK 1 GOOD ICT SKILLS ARE FUNDAMENTAL TO THE FACILITATION OF A POSITIVE DISTANCE LEARNING EXPERIENCE. PRODUCE A REPORT WHERE YOU; 1. EVALUATE HOW YOU AS A STUDENT AND INDIVIDUAL CAN MAINTAIN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION WITH YOUR TUTOR DURING YOUR...
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  • Reflective Critique
    our inner terrain, the more sure footed our [work] – and living- becomes.” P. J. Palmer (cited in Skovholt, T. M., 2001). The pursuit for self-awareness or self-understanding is a chief factor of valuable reflective practice. Counsellors need not only to be conscious of their abilities, facts and presentation...
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  • The Importance of Transferable Skills for the Counselling Psychologist
    The Importance of Transferable Skills for the Counselling Psychologist Counselling Psychologists work therapeutically with clients of all ages and backgrounds helping them to cope with and overcome problems and difficulties arising from everyday life. Therapy is an activity which takes place when someone...
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  • Counselling Skills
    self-reflection of counselling skills The purpose of this essay is describing the counselling practices that I did in my class room. I n this reflective essay, I will describe the style of counselling that I used so far , the actions I had taken, the area of skills where I need further improvement,...
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  • Self Reflection
    3. (Three)  Reports  on  Self-­‐Observations  and  Self-­‐  Reflections   Maximum  1000  words  each  term   The  purpose  of  these  three  reports  is  to  demonstrate  how  you  have  used  the  learning  journal  to   develop  your  self-­‐awareness  from  term  to  term.  (See  Section...
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  • Jamming
    ________________________________________ ACAP Student ID: 217097 Name: Miguel Martinez Course: Diploma of Counselling ASSESSMENT DETAILS ________________________________________ Unit/Module: Facilitate the counselling process (CHC8D31V) Educator: Karen Mitchell Assessment Name: Assignment 1- week 4 Assessment...
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  • psychodynamic
    Introduction to Psychological Counselling Completion of a Reflective Dairy/ Learning Journal Entry from Counselling Class Session Week 6 Abba Hailegebriel Girma The Ethiopian Orthodox Theological College Houston, Texas, USA What is Required in Reflective Writing? Why Reflect? ‘It is...
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  • Counselling Skills
    require the use of skills – for example, careful listening, noting nonverbal cues, monitoring the progress of what a client is saying while participating and taking notes, and require careful planning and preparation. A counselling interview (taken from ICCS Diploma of Counselling Participants’ manual)...
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  • SPECIALIST INTERPERSONAL COUNSELLING INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES
    “sender” and is understood by a “receiver”, and that can be expressed verbally or non-verbally.  In counselling, it is of absolute importance that effective communication happens during the counselling process between the client and the counsellor, so that effective therapy can take place. There are...
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  • Fjkgkldthfjlhb
    Subject Outline Study Period 2, 2012 External Mode School of Arts & Social Sciences SS1111: Introduction to Counselling Subject Coordinator: Chantel Levkovich Email: chantel.levkovich@jcu.edu.au Phone: 0407 718 680 (business hours – urgent matters only) ...
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  • Summary of PYC3705
    TRANSFORMATIVE COUNSELLING ENCOUNTERS PART 1: BEGINNINGS: CREATING CONTEXT Study Unit 1: Finding your personal space within the module 1.1 Transformative Counselling Encounters and I: New encounters create new world with new meanings The new experience can be exciting and unnerving while being...
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  • The Equal Importance Between the Approach and the Relationship
    NB300 Counselling Essay | The Equal Importance Between The Approach and The Relationship | | Deanna Andrews | 3/28/2013 | Word Count: 1816 ID: 20110755 | The relationship between the nurse and patient and the different approaches to counselling are equally important skills for today’s...
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  • A Critical Analysis of a Face to Face Interaction
    myself and a client during the course of the Counselling Skills programme. Extracts of verbatim will be used in order to demonstrate different counselling skills that were used throughout the practice session. I will then go on to do a critical analysis of the skills used, and will conclude with a discussion...
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  • Pyc3705
    record of your reflections Helpful hints 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...
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  • PYC3705
    questions ix The purpose of reflective questions x Suggestions on how to approach reflective questions x Keeping record of your reflections xi Helpful hints and suggestions when writing a journal xi Activities xi Study package xiii References xiii ...
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  • Introduction to Counselling
    Date: 17-04-2013 Criteria 1.1 - Compare the difference between counselling & counselling skills Words: 419 Date: 24-04-2013 Criteria 2.1 - Demonstrate knowledge of BACP ethical framework for good practice in counselling & psychotherapy Words: 344 Date: 01-05-2013 Criteria 3.1 – Personal...
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  • To Ensure Competnecy an Effective Counsellormust Reflect and Improve Upon Their Counselling Skills
    Self awareness is knowing yourself, your personality and who and what you like. To be self aware is a very valuable commodity as it is can be both hard to do and is rarely done. Self awareness is about been conscious of what you are good at as well as knowing that you still have a lot to learn in, this...
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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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  • facilitate counselling process
    declare, if this is a practical skills assessment, that a Client/Interviewee Consent Form has been read and signed by both parties, and where applicable parental consent has been obtained. 1. Explain the purpose of counselling and the scope of counselling relationships, including professional...
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