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1 Chapter 5: Counseling Skills EDCE 510: Introduction to Counseling Class 4
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2 Counseling Skills Active Listening Attending Behavior S: Face the other S quarely O: O pen posture L: L ean toward E: make E ye-contact R: Be R elaxed Empathy and Deep Understanding Carkhuff’s accurate empathy scale Questions Open vs. closed questions Reflections Reflections of feeling vs. fact
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3 Counseling Skills (Cont.) Self-disclosure Content vs. process self-disclosure Clarification Silence Confrontation Interpretation Affirmation Giving and Encouragement Offering Alternatives, Providing Information, and Giving Advice
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4 Stages of the Counseling Relationship Stage 1 Rapport and trust Building Stage 2 Problem identification Stage 3 Goal setting Stage 4 Developing Interventions Stage 5 Termination and follow-up
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Unformatted text preview: Case Conceptualization Allows counselor to understand client’s presenting problems apply appropriate counseling skills and treatment strategies based on the counselor’s theoretical orientation. Inverted Heuristic Pyramid See Figure 5.3, p. 142 5 Case Notes and Record Keeping Importance of Case Notes Writing case notes Security of record keeping Box 5.6, p. 148 6 Multicultural Considerations Apply Skills Cross-Culturally Know differences in how clients will respond based on their culture 7 Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues Client's rights to records Freedom of Information Act FERPA HIPAA Confidentiality/Privileged communication Jaffee v. Redmond See Box 5.7, p. 150 8...
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course EDEC J510 taught by Professor Ms.sturm during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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