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In this subject relevant counselling theories will be considered in relation to counselling practice. Counselling skills will be developed through structured role-plays to experience what it is like for the client in a variety of contexts and situations. Students will be encouraged to explore and appreciate the roles of self-awareness and the ability to critically appraise practice, in their development as counsellors.
Intended learning outcomes
- Demonstrate competency in basic counselling micro skills - active listening and empathy
- Develop self-awareness in the counselling process, to help facilitate client support
- Recognise the importance of reflective practice and how it informs clinical interactions
- Describe key counselling theories that inform counselling practice
Last updated: 10 November 2019