Training the Counsellor: An Integrative Model by Mary Connor

By Mary Connor

In Training the Counsellor, Mary Connor stocks a decade of teaching event to supply a useful source for different counsellor running shoes. The position of the teacher as facilitator, educator and assessor in addition to key specialist and moral concerns are all introduced vividly to lifestyles via many case examples.
the point of interest of the ebook is the integrative, four-stage version for education efficient and reflective counsellors, with the connection among trainee and buyer on the center of the version. The 4 levels are: the advance of attitudes and values; wisdom and talents; patron paintings and supervision; mirrored image and assessment. development in this version and drawing on her personal wealth of expertise, the writer discover the interface among being specialist and being human.
Training the Counsellor, bargains stimulating analyzing and validated guidance for stable perform for all these thinking about education different assisting pros.

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2 The model An integrative model for counsellor training 29 individual learner may need to focus upon and highlight one aspect of training, but always in the context of the whole framework. It can be used in a diagnostic way by trainers wishing to assess whether each element of training is being given sufficient attention. It may also be used as a diagnostic tool by learners wishing to assess themselves on areas of strength and areas which they may be overlooking or which need further development.

In counselling training there is nowhere to hide, and therefore those contemplating this work who are not prepared to ‘bring themselves’ into the training equation need to think again about whether they will survive the exposure. For those who have the confidence, courage and ability to be transparently open and real in the training relationship the rewards are great. It is exciting and invigorating to be part of someone’s learning journey and to share the agonies as well as the ecstasies along the way.

These authors also asserted that the order in which they were communicated seemed to be important: clients needed to know firstly that the counsellor was congruent (genuineness), secondly the client needed to experience positive regard (respect), and finally they needed to know that they had been understood (accurate empathy). Later research challenged some of these findings placing more emphasis on the significance of client variables (Strupp 1980). However, most are agreed that these core conditions are at the heart of effective counselling.

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