Counseling and an Ethical Paradox

Posted on May 8, 2009 in Reflections on Counseling

After 3 weeks holiday I just finished my first week back to the graduate school grind. This unit everyone in this program is carrying two courses – Professional Ethics and Developing a Working Alliance. Of most interest were the core competencies of the counsellor and a case study that required us to introduce deontological and […]

Inside Line on the Burton Bowl

Posted on Apr 13, 2009 in Reflections on Counseling

Finally I have an inside line on the elusive Burton Bowl (see photo). Organizing a few students from the board riderz club and some other friends to go ride it. A Saturday is probably the best bet with school on during the week. Let me know if interested. No dates decided yet.

Personal Reflection on Carl Rogers and Person Centered Therapy (PCT)

Posted on Apr 9, 2009 in Reflections on Counseling

What follows is an adapted excerpt from a paper I just submitted. There was enough personal information in this that I thought it might be interesting. Conditions for change. If there is a hallmark of Carl Rogers’s work, it is his presentation of the conditions of empathy, unconditional positive regard, and congruence (genuineness) as necessary […]

Reality Therapy and Solution Focused Comparative Case

Posted on Mar 19, 2009 in Presentations

Below is an embedded version of a power point I did for my graduate program. It was a comparative case study between reality therapy and solution focused brief therapy applied to a hypothetical adolescent. gcap631 Clark 2b Publish at Scribd or explore others: Education Presentations & Slid solution focused bri reality therapy