|1.||To articulate how the self of the therapist influences the counselling relationship.|
|2.||Appraise both the strengths that one brings to the role of counsellor and the areas for personal development|
|3.||Formulate personal reflections on personal strengths and challenges for counselling work in small group and large group settings|
|4.||Critically review and assess the role of one's personal history in the role of the counsellor.|
|Project||Johari Window - self reflective written assignment where students examine areas of themselves that impact on their counselling work (2000 words)||Pass/Fail|
|Essay||Genogram - self reflective piece where students examine family history to gain an awareness of factors that impact counselling (3500 words)||Pass/Fail|
|Journal||Journal of weekly reflections (1000 words)||Pass/Fail|
Personal and Professional Development for Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Mental Health Practitioners
McLeod, J. & McLeod, J., (2014)
Berkshire, UK: Open University Press
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