|1.||Critically evaluate the impact of one's personal history in the motivations for being a counsellor;|
|2.||Critically reflect on the role of the counsellor in the counselling relationship;|
|3.||Appraise the purpose, roles and methods that supervision brings to the role of counselling; and|
|4.||Reflect upon a range of regulating industry body practices and field placement procedures.|
|Assignment||Genogram - self-reflective piece examining family history to gain awareness of factors that impact counselling (1000 words)||25%|
|Exercise||Johari Window, a self-reflection exercise examining how aspects of oneself impacts on counselling work (1500 words)||35%|
|Report||Group report on role and practice of supervision requirements for counsellors (1800 words)||40%|
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