Contemporary Approaches in Counselling
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- 11 Jul 2022
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Upon completion of this subject, the student should be able to:
- Explain the major theoretical perspectives, principles, and ethical considerations which underlie contemporary counselling practice
- Apply basic contemporary counselling skills to a variety of counselling contexts
- Engage in self-reflection to describe how values, culture, and individual factors can influence counselling practice
- Topics to be confirmed prior to subjects commencement.
Pre-requisite: Completion of 25% Level 100 units
No additional requirements
This subject focuses on the application of contemporary counselling theories and interventions that both enhance wellbeing through proactive prevention approaches, as well as remediate distress. The process and role of self-reflection in counselling practice is also a key focus in this subject. Students will learn about a range of counselling practices that can be implemented to support the health and wellbeing of others and themselves, and how self-reflection skills can support evidence-based, lifelong learning approaches to human health and wellbeing.
- Summative Self-Reflection Journal (30%)
- Summative role play (40%)
- Applied Skills Critique (Summative) (30%)
Current study term: 10 Jul 22 to 16 Oct 22
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