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116 – Counselling Supervision Models

Counselling Tutor Podcast episode 116 featured image – A top view of a pair of feet and arrows drawn on the ground. The arrows point to the topics discussed in this episode which are: counselling supervision models; networking for counsellors and psychotherapists; and pluralistic counselling.

116 – Counselling Supervision Models Networking for Counsellors – Pluralistic Counselling In episode 116 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes examine the different counselling supervision models. In ‘Practice Matters’, Rory then talks about the importance of networking for counsellors. The presenters end this episode with a description of and discussion on…

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115 – How to Grow as a Counsellor

On the right, a hand flips wooden blocks to change the word "don't" to "do it". On the left, the topics for this episode: Valuing Yourself as a Professional – How to Grow as a Counsellor – Using Academic Breaks Productively

115 – How to Grow as a Counsellor Valuing Yourself as a Professional – Using Academic Breaks Productively In episode 115 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes look at the importance of valuing yourself as a professional. Then – in ‘Practice Matters’ – Rory explores how to grow as a counsellor.…

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114 – Counselling Reluctant Clients

CT Podcast Ep114 Topics Discussed: Counselling reluctant clients; Discussing sex and sexuality in the therapy room; Use of academic journals in counselling studies

114 – Counselling Reluctant Clients Sex in the Therapy Room – Use of Academic Journals In episode 114 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes talk about counselling reluctant clients. In ‘Practice Matters’, Rory then discusses how to approach clients who discuss intimate relationships in therapy. Finally, the presenters look at using…

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113 – Therapeutic Use of Self

Therapeutic Use of Self - Podcast episode on how therapists draw on their own feelings, experiences and personality to enhance the therapeutic process

113 – Therapeutic Use of Self in Counselling The Neuroscience of Empathy – Rory’s New Book In episode 113 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes start by talking about the neuroscience underlying empathy in humans and animals. In ‘Practice Matters’, Rory explores the therapeutic use of self in counselling. Last but…

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112 – Finding Work as a Counsellor

CT Podcast Ep 112 covers: Meeting a new client for counselling; What counsellors should do when a client dies; Finding work as a counsellor

112 – Finding Work as a Counsellor Meeting a New Client – What Happens When a Client Dies In episode 112 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes explore the etiquette of meeting a new client. In ‘Practice Matters’, Rory talks about possible procedures when a client dies. Finally, the presenters discuss…

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111 – Self-Disclosure in Counselling

A discussion on the potential advantages and disadvantages of self-disclosure in counselling

111 – Self-Disclosure in Counselling Avoiding Plagiarism – Rejecting a Supervisor In episode 111 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes discuss the importance of avoiding plagiarism in counselling studies. In ‘Practice Matters’, Rory looks at self-disclosure in counselling by practitioners. Last, the presenters talk about how to reject a supervisor, if…

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110 – Dual Relationships in Counselling

Dual relationships in counselling occur when you know the client in another context outside the counselling room

110 – Dual Relationships in Counselling Working with Visual Impairment – Counselling and the Law In episode 110 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes discuss dual relationships in counselling. In ‘Practice Matters’, Rory looks at working with clients who have visual impairment. Finally, the presenters talk about the importance of understanding…

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109 – Counselling Angry Clients

Counselling angry clients includes understanding what anger is and welcoming anger as an equal emotion in counselling safely

109 – Counselling Angry Clients Working in Two Agencies – Making Peace with Our Failures In episode 109 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes talk about the pros and cons of working in two (or more) agencies as a student or qualified counsellor. Next – in ‘Practice Matters’ – Rory looks…

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108 – Personal Development as a Counsellor

Personal Development as a Counsellor - A double exposure image of a woman's profile and a painting of a tree

108 – Linking Theory to Personal Development as a Counsellor Writing Letters to Other Professionals – Working with a Client’s Emotional Age In episode 108 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes describe why it is important to link theory to your personal development as a counsellor, and how you can do…

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107 – Group Supervision for Counsellors

Group Supervision for Counsellors - A group of counsellors sitting in a circle

107 – Group Supervision for Counsellors Working with Intrusive Thoughts – Dealing with Emergency Phone Calls from Clients In episode 107 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes talk about intrusive thoughts and how best to deal with these. In ‘Practice Matters’, Rory then looks at how to deal with emergency phone…

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