Professional Ethics and Supervision

PSC60011 12.5 Credit Points Singapore

Duration

  • 1 Semester

Contact hours

  • 36 hours

Prerequisites

Admission to:
GC-SSCPC Graduate Certificate of Social Science (Professional Counselling) OR
GD-SSCPC Graduate Diploma of Social Science (Professional Counselling) OR
MA-SSCPC Master of Social Science (Professional Counselling)
 
or
or MA-COUADV Master of Counselling (Advanced) or
GD-COU Graduate Diploma of Counselling or
GC-COU Graduate Certificate of Counselling
 

Corequisites

Nil

Aims and objectives

Through the counselling experience gained from Practicum Sites, direct supervision, feedback received, as well as group supervision of case studies, students will learn to establish rapport and define client’s problems appropriately. Students will also have opportunities to use generic helping skills for their client’s benefit. Students will also learn about the principles of ethical practice in counselling.

Students who successfully complete this unit will be able to:
1. Utilise written communication skills and knowledge of counselling practices to write an effective counselling case report.
2. Effectively present and process client cases through individual and group supervision
3. Identify the ethical principles relevant to counselling and apply these to work with clients.

Courses with unit

GC-SSCPC Graduate Certificate in Social Sciences (Professional Counselling)
GD-SSCPC Graduate Diploma in Social Sciences (Professional Counselling)
MA-SSCPC Master of Social Science (Professional Counselling)
 
or MA-COUADV Master of Counselling (Advanced)
GD-COU Graduate Diploma of Counselling
GC-COU  Graduate Certificate  of Counselling