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081 – Timelines in Therapy

CT Podcast Ep81 – Not Getting a Place on a Course – Timelines in Therapy – Overcoming Barriers to Learning. A timeline with several icons pointing to specific points in the timeline

081 – Not Getting a Place on a Course – Timelines in Therapy – Overcoming Barriers to Learning In episode 81 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes offer guidance for disappointed students who haven’t got a place on the course they wanted. ‘Practice Matters’ goes on to describe the use of…

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First Counselling Session

Counselling Students First Counselling session

First Counselling Session – Overview for Student Counsellors The first counselling session is different from any subsequent sessions. In the first session, you will put a counselling contract in place, discuss boundaries and the limitations of confidentiality. It also gives you as the counsellor an opportunity to assess the client’s needs as they explain their…

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065 – Decoding Criteria – Making Referrals – Using Timelines in Counselling

Counselling Tutor Podcast 065 – Decoding Criteria – Making Referrals – Using Timelines in Counselling

065 – Decoding Criteria – Making Referrals – Using Timelines in Counselling In episode 65 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes explain how to decode the academic language of criteria. Following on – in ‘Practice Matters’ – Rory advises on making referrals. Finally, the presenters discuss how to use timelines in…

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054 – Mobile Phones in the Therapy Room – Separation Individuation Theory – When Clients Come to Therapy Reluctantly

Counselling Tutor Podcast 054 – Mobile Phones in the Therapy Room – Separation Individuation Theory – When Clients Come to Therapy Reluctantly

054 – Mobile Phones in the Therapy Room – Separation Individuation Theory – When Clients Come to Therapy Reluctantly In episode 54 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken and Rory discuss how to deal with clients who check their mobile phones during therapy sessions. ‘Theory with Rory’ explains Margaret Mahler’s separation individuation theory. Finally, the…

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Recent Developments in Person-Centred Therapy

Recent Developments in Person-Centred Therapy: Carl Rogers and Beyond Recent developments in person-centred therapy have been cited in a number of books, in particular The Tribes of the Person-Centred Nation. Written by well-known voices in the world of humanistic therapy such as Nick Baker and Mick Cooper, it explores how the work and thinking of Carl Rogers developed…

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Phenomenology Person Centred Counselling

Phenomenology in Counselling Carl Rogers, the ‘founding father’ of humanistic counselling, embraced Phenomenology in the Person Centred counselling model. Individual perception Conscious experience Developing meanings from our perceptions Frame of reference Phenomenology is an approach in philosophy which concentrates on the study of consciousness and how we experience the world. It focuses on: Free Download – Experience phenomenology…

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Counselling-Frame of Reference

How to Develop Empathic Understanding Counselling – Frame of Reference Counselling-frame of reference was first used by Carl Rogers, the founder of person-centred therapy, in 1959. He believed: “The state of empathy, or being empathic, is to perceive the internal frame of reference of another with accuracy and with the emotional components and meanings which…

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Power in the counselling relationship

Well’ I thought to myself, – ‘I did not expect this to happen !’, as I processed the unexpected turn of events, which found me, stood along with the entire school population on an all weather pitch on a cold wet January morning, being ‘accounted for ‘ as part of a fire drill. As I waited for the…

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Stereotypes in counselling

  Associate columnist and 'reporter at large' Barry Heap reminds us that having a unique personal identity is fine , however being catogorised and sterotyped for it is not. Barry writes  a regular 'agony aunt' column for the online magazine thegayuk.com  Stereotypes in counselling  So another festive period has come and passed, presents have been exchanged and…

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BACP Student Membership

In the next few weeks tutors like myself will be handing out BACP student membership packs to learners starting the first year of the level 4 Diploma in Counselling. This is a ritual is performed by most tutors at the start of practice based courses , sending out a clear message that counselling is a…

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