Supervision and Reflection Practice for Counsellors

Unit code: APT6021 | Study level: Postgraduate
12
(One credit point is usually equivalent to one hour of study per week)
City Campus
City Flinders
N/A
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Overview

This unit of study will examine the roles of reflective practice and of supervision relevant to providing effective counselling. The unit will address issues relating to how the self of the counsellor and one’s personal history influences the counselling relationship, the purpose of supervision in counselling and the various methods and roles that supervision can be applied in professional settings.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

  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.

Assessment

For Melbourne campuses

Assessment type: Assignment
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Grade: 25%
Genogram - self-reflective piece examining family history to gain awareness of factors that impact counselling (1000 words)
Assessment type: Exercise
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Grade: 35%
Johari Window, a self-reflection exercise examining how aspects of oneself impacts on counselling work (1500 words)
Assessment type: Report
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Grade: 40%
Group report on role and practice of supervision requirements for counsellors (1800 words)

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