Admission Requirements Effective Fall 2010 In-State Admission Criteria Applicants for Freshman admission should meet ONE of the following requirements for admission: Have an overall 2.50/4.00 grade point average OR Rank in the upper 25% of the graduation class OR Have a composite 23 composite ACT or 1050 SAT Critical Reading+Math (CR+M) All applicants must meet the following: Have at least a composite ACT score of 15 or a SAT CR+M score of 720. Require no more than one remedial course. Complete the Board of Regents high school curriculum (TOPS). Have at least a 2.00/4.00 grade point average. Out-of-State Admission Criteria Applicants for freshman admission should meet ONE of the following requirements for admission: Have an overall
Treatment planning provides a road map for the counseling process (Erford, 2010). Assessment and diagnosis play the most important role in case conceptualization and treatment planning because it allows the professional counselor to gain a better understanding about the client’s issues and needs. Professional counselors’ assessment involves intake interviews, test and inventories, behavioral observations and relevant information from other sources (Barlow & Durand, 2003; Nystul, 2006). According to Erford (2010) the assessment process helps the professional counselor put together a diagnosis and set up a treatment plan. Professional counselors also need to consider how issues such as race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, socioeconomic status, family structure, trauma, and sexual and gender orientation affect a client’s presenting concerns and what impact these variables have on the acceptability of , and the access to, counseling (Erford, 2010).
Through this identification, the reader will attain a greater understanding of the requirements needed for competent mental health counseling. Role of Researcher Mental health counselors aside from specializations must be informed about the people whom they work for. Understanding the characteristics of their clientele, counselors seek to understand interests, attitudes, personalities and intelligent quotients (Sherpis, et.al., 2010). One method used to attain reliable and accurate data can be demonstrated through research within these areas. Variables within data both quantitative and qualitative must be approached from an unbiased perspective aimed at seeking relevancy to these clients.
COU101 Theories of Counseling. Assessment 1: Short answer paper. Peter Henderson This essay will examine Michael Lambert’s common factors and what roles they play in the therapeutic process. It will examine why the therapeutic relationship is so critical and how it is regarded to be a key ingredient across several modalities of therapy. The essay will also discuss how important it is for a counselor to be culturally aware and adhere to ethical principles in psychotherapy.
Finally, the writers will conclude the assignment with an explanation as to why professional ethical standards and codes in the field of psychology are so important to the profession. Define ethical standards and codes in psychology In order to understand the importance of ethics in psychology it is important to understand what ethics means. Ethics is a system of moral principles in which an individual is able to distinguish what is wrong and what is right. In psychology, it is especially important to practice ethically and there are certain standards which must be followed. These ethical standards are part of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) code of conduct which must be followed by psychologists and other mental health professionals.
For this assignment, you will first select a sample of 200 students from this population and then analyze the data from the sample to draw conclusions about the entire population of StatCrunch U students. The following instructions tell you how to select your sample. Log in to StatCrunch.com and click on Resources at the top of the page, then on StatCrunch U on the left side. You should see the following paragraph. Click on the StatCrunchU link in the paragraph above.
Ethics can be defined several different ways. Ethical issues are standards for the conduct of group counselors. Legal issues which might also be ethical issues set standards which are enforced by local, stage, of federal law. Clinical issues are when a group counselor uses their professional knowledge to be compliant with both ethical and legal matters. Counselors in a group setting will find themselves having to deal with ethical issues, legal issues, and clinical issues occasionally at the same time.
Aviii) List three different ways your own learning and development might be supported 1) Staff meetings 2) Appraisal and performance reviews 3) In house training/online learning Aix) List four different ways that a personal development plan may benefit your learning and development. 1) Would help to build confidence therefore improve working relationships 2) Give you a clear understanding of your work role 3) Lets you know where your weaknesses are so you would be able to broaden and deepen your knowledge. 4) Reflection to look back on all you have achieved
the cycle of learning to enable me to develop my own understanding and as a reflective practitioner I can link this with Schon’s (1983) concepts of reflecting in action and reflecting on action to help improve my actions and professional practice and show that I evaluate my experiences and integrate it to theory and knowledge in supervision (Aids to Practice cards, Values and Ethics, p112). The relevant skill to use with the case study service user is communication. I will start explaining its relevance by looking at why it is an important skill for all social workers to use in their practice. In Block 1 of K113 we heard a number of service users and practitioners talk about examples of good and bad social work. They highlighted that a good social worker makes you feel important, works in partnership with you, gains your confidence, is straight talking
These standards could expand their problem solving, awareness, values and clarification ability. Although these standards promote their liability, each therapist should maintain each ethical conduct by encouraging their colleagues as well (Hillenbrand and Claiborn, 1988). Ethics are moral values that embrace each person or group by designed to present regulations for accurate conduct. In recognize the ethical conduct the result of comprehension and understanding of each philosophical morality seem to underline the ethics code, the leading behavior that symbolizes the prime of life, decision and carefulness. These ethical beliefs are governed by the mental health professional that describe each standards in regards to his or her behavior.