|1.||Work ethically and collaboratively to develop and use effective active listening and interpersonal skills;|
|2.||Analyse and reflect on skill acquisition and personal development;|
|3.||Examine the relevance of values and cultural sensitivity in developing effective working relationships;|
|4.||Working collaboratively, apply actively listening skills to an interpersonal problem solving task; and|
|5.||Integrate interpersonal communication theory with the critical appraisal of students' own and others demonstration of active listening skills.|
|Journal||Reflective Journal (800 words)||25%|
|Assignment||Reflection on performance of micro-skills||35%|
|Other||In-class Practical demonstration of skills||40%|
Basic personal counselling: A training manual for counsellors 8th ed.
Geldard D., Geldard K. & Yin Foo, R. (2017)
South Melbourne: Cengage
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