Courses & Units

Counselling Skills 2 KHA502

Introduction

This unit covers the skills needed for the various components of the counselling process and builds on the skills acquired in Counselling Skills 1, including further exploration of the 3 Steps Egan model. Students are required to demonstrate they have acquired both basic and advanced counselling skills. The unit introduces counselling skills relevant to specific work situations such as conflict resolution, working with difficult clients, and brief interventions strategies. Multicultural counselling will also be addressed. Students are required to demonstrate their ability to apply the counselling skills in a variety of simulated counselling situations.

Summary

Unit name Counselling Skills 2
Unit code KHA502
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School Faculty of Health
School of Medicine
Discipline Psychology
Teaching staff

Ms A Dean

Level Postgraduate
Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No

Availability

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Requisites

Prerequisites

  • KHA501

Teaching

Teaching Pattern

2-day workshops x 4

Assessment

Reflective Journal 30%, Skills Demonstration 35%,  Essay (1500 word) 20%, Presentation 15%

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Textbooks

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