However, he does feel uncomfortable and in her role as Counselor to Michael, she can pursue why he has these feelings. As his supervisor, it would also be prudent for her to teach him how to keep his daily journal so that he can track his own progress. By encouraging Michael by identifying those areas he is performing well, Janet should be able to constructively build his self-efficacy. Supervisory Role as Counselor Janet will need to be offering Michael assistance with personal adjustment or problems he encounters. For example, as stated in the Introduction, Michael has apparent insecurities about his own abilities, expresses uncertainty over diagnosis and treatment, and admits being uncomfortable while in session with his new client.
Here’s an example: “Caitlin called and said, “My Mom’s dead!” Dialogues are important because they help your readers visualize your experience. Good job, Andrea! *Andrea 6568721 has requested that you respond to the Main Idea/Thesis: You can still work on developing your main idea by making sure that it expresses clearly what your narrative is about. Remember that the purpose of a narrative is to tell a story. It is about a series of events, but you have to remember that those events must revolve around a single idea.
SOCF111 Foundations of Communication and Counselling Assessment 1: Practical Skills Application and Brief Reflective Log Name: Chloe Hodgson Student Number: 242866 Word Count: 1187 Communication skills are essential to everyday life, not only in a professional sense, but also in relationships with friends, family and loved ones. This assignment reflects on the different types of communication skills, and ways to achieve the best outcomes in certain situations. In session 3, we were asked to practise using various active listening skills in an interaction with someone. I decided to employ these communication skills when my partner’s mother when she started speaking to me about the painful divorce she is currently going through, whilst
Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling Unit Title: K/601/7632 Counselling Theory Unit Summary: Learners will analyse one major therapeutic model to influence, inform and empower their practice as a counsellor. They will also compare other therapeutic models with the major model. Learner name: Claire Bracegirdle Tutor name: Margaret Shacklady Learning outcome 1 – understand a major therapeutic model of counselling Assessment Criteria 1.1 Analyse the philosophy of one major therapeutic model in relation to . Its origins . Historical development to the present day .
Personal Theory Renee Bailly CJHS/400 June 25, 2015 Cayla Flowers Personal Theory At the conclusion of this course, Theories and Practices: Human Services in Criminal Justice, I can say I learned a lot about the various theories of psychotherapy in counseling. Some of these theories operate on the basis of recognizing errors in thinking and correcting those errors. Other theories focus on multiculturalism and the fact that all clients are unique and deserve to be treated as such. The textbook literature and discussions with class mates gave insight needed to create my own intervention theory. When creating my personal theory, I chose to involve both cognitive and multicultural approaches.
Describe some aspect/s of your learning about helping in a counselling way, and what this has taught you about yourself In this essay I will explore my learning about importance of active listening, role of empathy, impacts that transference and countertransference have in counselling, as well as the importance of supervision for counsellors. Through examples from my experiential learning in class, my reflection on the influence of a long forgotten experience from my teenager years on my adult life and journal entries, I will illustrate how this course has helped me in heightening my self-awareness and learning about myself. Helping in a counselling way can be interpreted in two different ways; one is helping by using counselling skills, to assist someone in their professional role, the other is use of counselling skills by trained counselling professional. When a doctor or a nurse is listening to a patient during consultation, they use counselling skills to help them in understanding and supporting their patient in addition to their medical expertise. When counselling professional is listening to their client, they are using counselling skills as the main tool in applying their expertise, as this definition illustrates: Counselling, often described as ‘talking therapy’, is a process aimed at providing clients with the time and space to explore their problems, understand their problems, and resolve, or come to terms with their problems , in confidential setting.
I would need to be structured, creative, and positive to help her find ways to deal with the Alzheimer’s. - Location of Treatment I will treat Mrs. Sanders as an out-patient unless her Alzheimer’s becomes so sever that she can no longer care for herself or is a danger to herself. - Interventions to be used I will educate Mrs. Sanders on depression and Alzheimer’s disease. I will do some individual therapy with her to help her deal with the problems in her life and to prepare her for what will come. -Emphasis of
Task 7 – Learning and communication skills In this essay, I will attempt to asses the module CS1015A. During my endeavours, I will be discussing how useful the course has been for me and outlining what I have learnt. In doing so, I will be looking at what strengths and weaknesses I have gained as well as how practical I have been with time management. Throughout this essay I will be talking about the assignments I have done for this module and how they have helped me. In conclusion I will be giving my own suggestion on how the module can be improved.
Introduction In this assignment, I will be explaining in more detail; the person centred model of counselling, used primarily during this Level 3 course. The concepts and principles of the model and who was responsible for them. I will be seeking the value of the person-centred model and pitting it alongside its counterparts. I shall discussing two other models, their key features and uses and compare and contrast with the person-centred model of counselling. In doing so, this will raise my knowledge and awareness, of the person-centred model and other models used within counselling.
In the Counseling profession, my Strength is my compassion and general desire to connect with people on a deep level. I want to know why one person’s past can affect their future and all those they come in contact with or why one chooses to bury an event and it takes another event, tragic or joyous to bring those feeling to the surface. My Weakness is my tendency to get to personally involved with a problem, event, or person. This is the component in the Counseling profession that I know will give me the most challenges but in turn will help me gain the most experience from the mistakes that I am bound to make. The Opportunity is that I am a person that takes criticism well.