level ii counselling skills session five
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DESCRIPTIONIn this session you will learn about refraining and attending and the importance of self-awareness
- 1. Refraining and AttendingSession 5
- 2. Progress Report Bringing it all together Skills The Helping rapport Attending and Reflecting The Change QuestioningIntroduction Assessment Role building Refraining Paraphrasing Feelings Model Skills & Final Assessment Reflective Journal
- 3. Session Aims Introduce learners to the principles and practiceof refraining and attending and explore theimportance of self awareness when usinglistening skills.
- 4. Learning OutcomesBy the end of this session you will be able to:1. Describe what is meant by refraining and attending2. Demonstrate the ability to refrain and attend3. Reflect on your learning in small groups4. Identify reasons for developing self- awareness.
- 5. Last Session
- 6. Contents of this Session Ice-breaker: Draw to Win Refraining and Attending: Definitions and Practise Bringing it Together Triads with Feedback Sheets Importance of Self-awareness when Listening
- 7. Refraining and Attending
- 8. RefrainingPutting on hold the urge to interrupt with your opinions and advice. Resisting the desire to fix problems or ask questions.AttendingFocusing all of your attention on the speaker: what they say, how they say it and what they do not say. The aim is to remain within your clients frame of reference
- 9. Refraining and AttendingExercise 20MinutesFind a partner you havent worked with muchTake turns - you have 10 minutes each to talk about:What I have enjoyed and what I have found challenging about my first few weeks on this courseNotice what it feels like to refrain and attend to the
- 10. FeedbackWhat was rapport like?How easy or how difficult was refraining and attending?In what ways (if any) did you sabotage the exercise?
- 11. Unfamiliar and Different?
- 12. Bringing it Together Environment Rapport Contract Refraining Attending
- 13. Feedback Sheets
- 14. Triads Observer Speaker Listener
- 15. Comfort Break
- 16. Bringing it Together Exercise Using the skills you have learnt over the last few weeks. Get into Triads Share out the time Identify a small problem or dilemma in your life that you can comfortably talk about Take turns as the speaker, listener and observer The observers role is to manage time and provide written feedback to the listener
- 17. Self-Awareness
- 18. Ernest Hemingway (1899 1961) When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen.
- 19. ConclusionsYou are now able to:1. Describe what is meant by refraining and attending2. Demonstrate the ability to refrain and attend3. Reflect on your learning in small groups4. Identify reasons for developing self- awareness.
- 20. Next WeekPlease bring your reflective journals to class for peer feedback
- 21. Thank You Everybody!
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