Presentation on theme: "Counselling as a Profession Budapest, 17 May 2011 Dr. Szilágyi Klára."— Presentation transcript:
Counselling as a Profession Budapest, 17 May 2011 Dr. Szilágyi Klára
Work as a Value Over the series of changes in the last century, work was conceived as a value that meant an aim to follow for the entire community and became one of the key elements of establishing one’s existence.
Changes in the perception of the contents of work Work as a constraint Work as a means of subsistence Work as a source of joy, an opportunity for self- realization
Characteristics of Career Counselling Interdisciplinary approach practice Complex theoretical bases Social acceptability Scientific grounds Regulated activity Qualification requirements
Conditions for the development of counselling Individual responsibility for planning and organising one’s career. Content components: Up-to-date information Recognising the importance of self-definition Counselling functions as a bridge between achieving social needs and individual interests.
Individual counselling – The Hungarian model Determining the client’s needs Clarification Analysis Synthesis Agreement
Group Work Set-up of structured group work Creating atmosphere Setting goals Processing knowledge Personal gains Preparing the next session
Main types of counselling 1. Information provision 2. Orientation 3. Decision preparation counselling 4. Career counselling 5. Career correction counselling 6. Self-definition support counselling 7. Career-based and career-knowledge based counselling 8. Placement counselling 9. Realization counselling 10. Rehabilitation counselling
Recommended types of knowledge processing exercises Collection Ranking Finishing sentences Analysing videos Representation Perception-based games Role-playing games Creating charts and systems Grouping Concept clarification, definition Comparison Pairing Association game Workplace visit Situational games