Psychological Aspects of Counselling

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Course Code: MMAPSY_21

Masters Level Module


Recent years have seen a fresh interest in counselling in schools and other educational settings, in parallel with the wider demand for counselling services in modern society. This module aims to re-evaluate the key psychological perspectives and assumptions in such developments in terms of theory, practice and research. There will also be an in-depth exploration of selected counselling skills in reflective sessions. The topics covered will include: competing theoretical perspectives: tensions between psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural, and humanistic-phenomenological models; the trend for theoretical integration and technical eclecticism: the c…

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Course Code: MMAPSY_21

Masters Level Module


Recent years have seen a fresh interest in counselling in schools and other educational settings, in parallel with the wider demand for counselling services in modern society. This module aims to re-evaluate the key psychological perspectives and assumptions in such developments in terms of theory, practice and research. There will also be an in-depth exploration of selected counselling skills in reflective sessions. The topics covered will include: competing theoretical perspectives: tensions between psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural, and humanistic-phenomenological models; the trend for theoretical integration and technical eclecticism: the challenges and possibilities; current developments and issues in counselling within educational settings; special features of counselling children and young people, including issues of eating disorders and obesity; multicultural/religious considerations in counselling; contributions of feminist, constructivist, systemic and narrative perspectives; issues of multiprofessional co-operation with special reference to the work of educational psychologists.

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