|Teacher||Dr. M. Großklaus|
|Semester||Spring & Fall||Duration||8 Weeks|
|Credits||5 ECTS||Workload||125-150 Hours|
|Module format||Intensive / Practical|
|Applicability||This Module is a very practical application of counseling theories and techniques. Other Modules will also benefit from the practical awareness and experience gained by the students.
|Course structure||See module and courses|
|Contact time||30-40 Hours||Self-Study||110-120 Hours|
|Participation requirement||See access to the program|
|Content of the Module||An introduction to current and traditional theories of supervision and counseling, with attention given to the evolution of these frameworks, as well as recent theoretical developments and research pertaining to the study of this topic.
A. General Learning Objectives
B. Specific Objectives
|Outline||A. What is counseling?
B. What is supervision?
C. The importance of personality
D. The importance of communication
E. Techniques of communication in a counseling context
|Examination||This is a practicum module without a final exam but attendance and participation in the supervision seminar which includes focused discussions.
McLeod, J. (2003). An Introduction to Counselling, Third Edition, Open University Press.
Axline, V. M. (1969). Play therapy. New York: Ballantine Books.