This unit enables students to apply and integrate their learning of counselling skills with their personal and professional development. A supportive structured environment is created for the students’ formation as counselling professionals during supervised counselling practice. In addition to requiring students to obtain the required individual professional supervision externally throughout the year, class meetings provide another level of group supervision. These meetings serve as a forum for engaging with emerging ethical, supervision, personal professional and theological questions encountered during their counselling practice.
Unit code: DZ2075S
Unit status: Approved (Major revision)
Unit level: Undergraduate Level 2
Unit discipline: Counselling
Proposing College: Stirling Theological CollegeShow when this unit is running
Apply integrated counselling skills to clients with low to moderate needs
Evaluate own practice in the context of recognised approaches to integration
Apply the use of oneself as a therapeutic instrument with self- awareness, especially with reference to their own beliefs, values and biases
Demonstrate the integration of counselling theory, knowledge and skills through ongoing supervision, received counselling and client engagement
Demonstrate professional competence, cultural humility and respectful working relationships with clients, supervisors, colleagues and community members
This is a core unit of the Advanced Diploma in Counselling. This unit runs throughout the year. Co-requisite Theories of Ethical Counselling Integration
This unit is an online supported delivery that employs group interaction with additional instructor-led material analysis, discussion and supervision, lectures and tutorials.
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Egan, G. (2018). The Skilled Helper: A Problem-Management and Opportunity-Development Approach to Helping. Brooks/Cole ISE.
Entwistle, D. N. & David, N. (2015). Integrative approaches to psychology and Christianity: an introduction to worldview issues, philosophical foundations, and models of integration. Wipf & Stock Publishers.
Greggo, S. P. & Sisemore, T. A. (eds.). (2012). Counseling and Christianity: five approaches. IVP.
Holeman, V. T. (2012). Theology for better counselling: Trinitarian reflections for healing and formation. IVP Academic.
Neff, M. A. & McMinn, M. R. (2020). Embodying integration: a fresh look at Christianity in the therapy room. IVP.
McMinn, M. R., & Campbell, C. D. (2017). Integrative Psychotherapy: Toward a Comprehensive Christian Approach. IVP Academic.
Sbanotto, E. A. N., Gingrich, H. D., & Gingrich, F. C. (2016). Skills for Effective Counseling: A Faith-Based Integration. IVP Academic.
Tan, S.-Y. (2011). Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Christian Perspective. Baker Publishing Group.
Thomas, J. C. (2018). Counseling Techniques: A Comprehensive Resource For Christian Counselors. HarperCollins Religious - US.
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|Personal and Professional Evaluation||
Documentation and Learning agreement (Graded Pass/Fail)
Essay 1500 words (Graded Pass/Fail)
• Client work
• Received counselling
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Maggie Kappelhoff on 2 Dec, 2020
Unit record last updated: 2021-06-07 08:43:51 +1000