|1.||Critically review the processes involved in prevention, identification, assessment and intervention in cases involving domestic violence and/or sexual assault;|
|2.||Critically reflect on the counsellor's role in response to indicators of domestic violence and sexual assault;|
|3.||Appraise social and cultural attitudes towards and approaches to domestic violence and sexual assault;|
|4.||Identify and critique a range of professional literature that examines working with identifying and treating domestic violence and sexual assault;|
|5.||Identify trauma theories relevant to working therapeutically with survivors; and|
|6.||Understand considerations for assessment and treatment of survivors.|
|Essay||Research into services (1000 words)||25%|
|Case Study||Presenting issues, assessment, considerations for treatment and a plan for therapy (2500 words)||40%|
|Presentation||Video recording of role play and brief written reflection (2500 words)||35%|
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