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    them continue working with clients that are not catered to their skill set. The third point of why self-reflection is important is that while a counsellor is working with a client it may enable to implement strategies to specific situations and to develop further their own personal theories of counselling. This self-reflective ability is highly important even more important than the theoretical knowledge from just reading....
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  • The Role of a Counsellor Is to Facilitate a Person
    questioning. • Show how to use various micro-skills including summarising, confrontation, and reframing. • To demonstrate self-destructive beliefs and show methods of challenging them, including normalising. • Explain how counselling a client can improve their psychological well-being through...
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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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  • Using Ict for Distance Learning
    Counselling Skills became part of a process which involved the feedback of learning peers and tutors and formed part of my journey in self development. It allowed me to look back over situations which changed sometimes quite dramatically over time. I was able to reflect over how I tend to view and...
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  • Self Reflection
    HANDBOOK MODULES 2, 3, 4 2012-2013 1  5   inside  and  outside  the  classroom;  development  of  your  thinking  about  this   ␣ In  the  last  term,  you  might  also  reflect  on  your  future  plans. Kameka Ross ‘Counselling and counselling skills’ Report on self-observation...
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  • Reflective Critique
    efficient professional, I have discovered that reflective counsellors take the time to assess and process their performance after each counselling session and are obligated to ongoing personal growth and professional development. Therefore acting in the capacity as a counsellor, and depending on fair self...
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  • The Importance of Transferable Skills for the Counselling Psychologist
    associated with therapy and the skills are used with means of helping and healing others and not with self-centred agendas (Palmer, 2000, p. 4). The transferable skills relevant to a counselling psychologist will now be explored in further depth with a demonstration of how the skills are relevant for...
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  • SPECIALIST INTERPERSONAL COUNSELLING INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES
    . I will discuss these skills so we can understand why these particular skills are useful in enhancing the client-counsellor relationship. (Geldard and Geldard, Basic Personal Counselling, P20, 2012). Being Congruent Being congruent means to be true and genuine to one’s self. (Geldard and...
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    microskills of attending, questioning, client observation, encouraging, paraphrasing and summarizing, and reflection of feeling. 4. Demonstrate knowledge of the issues involved in counselling children and adolescents. Generic Skills At the completion of the course students should be able to...
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  • psychodynamic
    journals is confidential. Learning Journal • Reflect for a few minutes on today lesson and write your sample reflection on Reflective Journal Template. • Don’t forget writing your learning journal each week after lesson. Next – Week 7 Session Introduction to Counselling Skills References...
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  • Counselling Skills
    Stages of an interview Interviews 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...
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  • A Critical Analysis of a Face to Face Interaction
    The purpose of this essay is to analyse a face to face interaction between 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...
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  • To Ensure Competnecy an Effective Counsellormust Reflect and Improve Upon Their Counselling Skills
    trait. (Small Print learner guide- CHCORG428A) As a counsellor it is important that we self reflect on a continual basis in order to improve our counselling skills and maintain professional standards. Self reflection begins when you learn what you may need professional development in or what the...
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  • Case Studies of Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Development at a State University
    were recruited by invitation to an information session and then self selection. They will be trained to use contact reflections in responding to their clients and will feed back outcomes to meetings with the researcher. It is hoped to recruit at least one family carer. Results The research is...
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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...
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  • My learning journal
    towards change. And in doing so, would fill me with self-worth. Reflections on my increasing awareness of the challenges of the counselling role. I am aware of some improvement; in a number of the skills we practiced throughout the week, although learning to use some other skills. One in particular...
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  • facilitate counselling process
    need the outlet, miminal encourages to show them they are heard, paraphrase or reflect on what they have said to gain an understanding of what it is they are feeling. 7. Identify and explain three reasons why self-reflection is an important skill for a counsellor. Self-reflection within...
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  • The Equal Importance Between the Approach and the Relationship
    maintaining awareness of own world, (Corey, 1996). Counselling skills used to show empathy are active listening, and reflection, both of which are explained later, (Freshwater, 2003). Being truly congruent is being transparent and a real person something that if not practiced is hard to maintain, (Corey...
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  • Personal Develoment
    counselling is set and practiced in addition to, raising my self awareness. Also, I have had concerns and worries about my stress, lack of sleep which has affected my motivation, and wanted to gain insight into my personal issues to minimise the chance of becoming “the wounded healer” Bager...
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  • Core Conditions
    Name of Student: Fiona Cruickshank Student ID: 51125153 Course Name: Counselling Skills 1. Course Tutor: Anne Smith Counselling Skills Essay 1. Date Due: 17 Nov 2011 Counselling is a form of communication whereby one individual, from now on referred to as the listener, forms...
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