This unit provides students with extended knowledge of specialist psychological practice settings, and the roles and responsibilities taken by professional psychologists in these settings. It is also designed to integrate academic learning with professional applications. Work will be carried out on tasks and activities negotiated with the placement supervisor and approved by university staff. This unit will also develop conflict resolution skills.
|1.||Successfully complete a supervised practice in an agency setting;|
|2.||Exhibit conflict resolution skills|
|3.||Synthesise and integrate psychological theories with issues that arise in agency settings;|
|4.||Exemplify reflective practice and complex negotiation skills to determine strategies for resolving practical problems and challenges in psychological practice settings;|
|5.||Discriminate between generalist and specialist skills and apply them in psychological practice settings.|
|Journal||Learning contracts and log book||Pass/Fail|
|Other||Video of conflict resolution role play||Pass/Fail|
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