C4 WK3 Jun19
PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO READ ALL REQUIRED MATERIAL AND REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT.
A STRONG GRASP OF PSYCHOLOGY AND COUNSELING IS ESSENTIAL.
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Hi, this assignment is for worksheet. I have proved the template for the worksheet (template worksheet C4 WK3 Worksheet res June19 – COUN_6316_Week3_Worksheet_clean)and I have also include a worksheet w lots of my own notes to help you w info (cc C4 WK3 Worksheet res June19 – COUN_6316_Week3_Worksheet_clean).
Two vides are also included (about 30 mins each).
Please see link below for more details and resources:
I have included the links for my ebooks if required.
Vital Source Bookshelf: (see g drive link for more info)
– Ivey, A. E., Ivey, M. B., & Zalaquett, C. P. (2016). Essentials of intentional Interviewing: Counseling in a multicultural world (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.
Chapter 2, “Multicultural Competence, Ethics, Positive Psychology, and Resilience” (pp. 20–49)
Chapter 5, “Encouraging, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing”
“Refining: Executive Functioning, Microagressions, and Diversity Issues” (pp. 103–107) Chapter 8, “Focusing the Interview: Exploring the Story From Multiple Perspectives”
“Advocacy and Social Justice” (pp. 174–176)
– Spadaro, N., Rush-Wilson, T., & Thornton, R.W. (2017). A counseling skills primer: 3-minute videos for the visual learner [ebook]. Grays Lake, IL: Pensiero Press.
Chapter 4, “Listening Microskills”
Chapter 6, “Mesoskills—The Tasks of Counseling”
“Stages of Counseling”
“Why Study Mesoskills?”
“Managing Time During the Session” “Broaching Diversity Issues” “Developing and Maintaining Rapport” “Opening a Session”
“Contracting for Change With the Client”
Required Media (these are on the Google drive)
– Laureate Education (Producer). (2018a). Attitudes, values, and beliefs [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 24 minutes.
– Laureate Education (Producer). (2018p). Opening the session: Verbal microskills [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 33 minutes.
Please see below for course assignment requirements:
Week 3 Worksheet: Core Listening Skills and Reflective Journals on Personal Biases and Virtual Practice
Do you remember a time when you felt heard and accepted by another, when the gift of time freely given and loving attention nourished your soul? Although it seems a small thing, being carefully listened to and feeling truly known can be healing. This is the aim of learning to apply the core listening microskills. Counselors who master the core listening skills weave a web of safety and sanctuary for clients from the very first meeting, providing protection from being judged and the relief of truly being heard. In order to clearly hear, see, and prize each individual we meet, counselors learn to recognize the biases we all have, in order to nullify any affect, they might have
This Week 3 Worksheet engages you in written rehearsal of the core verbal microskills, provides an activity for you to reflect upon your biases, as well as the opportunity to reflect upon any virtual practice that you experienced this week.
Review this week’s Learning Resources. Consider the core listening skills counselors need to possess, as well as any information related to personal bias that may inform your understanding for this Assignment.
Watch Opening the Session: Verbal Microskills, this time analyzing for verbal listening skills. You will be alerted onscreen when the counselors are demonstrating individual skills.
(I did this already) Complete two of the Harvard Implicit Association Test (IAT) assessments. Record your results. Complete the Week 3 Worksheet: Core Listening Skills and Reflective Journals on Personal Biases and Virtual Practice.
Submit your Week 3 Worksheet to the Assignment area. Compose your answers directly in the Week 3 Worksheet template