Individual and Community Counselling SX00BO16-3027 01.08.2020-18.10.2020 5 credits(SXH20K1)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
Students will learn the theoretical basis for counselling. They will know how to prepare and carry out a counselling plan appropriately and by listening to their client. Students will be able to apply the principles of dialogue to coun-selling. They will be capable of supporting participation in a way that respects diversity. Students will be able to offer guidance according to individual needs in both individual and group counselling.
Various approaches to client counselling. Goal-oriented, methodical and contextualised counselling. The counsel-lor’s roles. Communication orientations and various dimensions of dialogue. Life-long learning. Building pedagogi-cal relationships. Individual counselling needs. Basics of individual, group and community counselling. Evaluation skills and reflection on one’s own counselling competence.
The study unit includes four hours of guidance for professional growth.
Assessment criteria as the attachment of the curriculum.
The teacher of the study unit informs the assessment criterias in the beginning of the study unit.