This subject provides an introduction and basic training in the verbal and non-verbal skills which have been shown to enhance effective counselling outcomes, a professional behavioural plan for effective data-gathering, and an examination of several of the major therapy approaches.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
|Study abroad||Available to Study Abroad students|
1. Describe and differentiate between major theories of counselling taught in class and apply knowledge on theories to solving practical class exercises;
2. Demonstrate effective verbal communication during class-based discussion and well-developed written expression in completion of assignments as these abilities relate to the content taught in class;
3. Practice the decision-making process for identifying the most suited therapeutic approaches for addressing the presenting issues outlined in a demonstrated Intake Counselling session.
No prior knowledge required.