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“Models of the vocational counsellor`s career perfromance ” Aneta Slowik Bozena Wojtasik Cross - Border Seminar, Bratislava, 15 -16 th April 2010 “Professional.

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1 “Models of the vocational counsellor`s career perfromance ” Aneta Slowik Bozena Wojtasik Cross - Border Seminar, Bratislava, th April 2010 “Professional Care for Guidance Practitioners – Who Cares for Those Who Care”

2 Programme of our workshop Introduction of ourselves Mini – Lecture – 5 models of the vocational counsellor`s work performance based on research B. Wojtasik Play – roles: 2 of them Personal reflections on my work as a counsellor based on models

3 Mini - Lecture 5 models of the vocational counsellor`s work performance: EXPERTINFORMANTCONSULTANT RELIABLE GUARDIAN LAISSEZ- FAIREIST Behavioural concept of a human being – directive counselling Cognitive concept of a human being – dialogue counselling Psychodynamic and humanist concept of a human being – liberal counselling

4 Characteristics of 5 models` The expert and informant Laissez – faireist and reliable Laissez – faireist and reliable guardian guardian Consultant Consultant

5 The expert and informant Directive counselling Significant superiority of the counsellor over the counselee The counsellor ”knows what is good and desirable” for a client Counsellor provides a client with ready made – solutions Counsellor undertakes the following actions: positive reinforcements, persuading, convincing, evaluating, giving guidelines, lecturing and training

6 Laissez – faireist and reliable guardian Liberal counselling Counsellor leaves a counselee a significant amount of liberty He emphasises the strong points of a counselee and his/her enormous human potential Counsellor should be congruent, unconditionally respect the counselee and accept him/her as he or she is, empathise with the feelings of the counselee and not evaluate or criticise Counselee is self-reliant, defines his or her problems and helps him or herself

7 Mini - lecture 5 models of the vocational counsellor`s work performance - Psychological concepts of a human being: - behavioural (B.F. Skinner, J. Wolpe, A.Bandura), - cognitive (J. Bruner, U. Neisser, J. Kozielecki) - psychodynamic/humanist (E. Fromm, R. May, S. Freud,)/(C.R. Rogers, A.H Maslow) Types of counselling: directive, dialogue and liberal (A. Kargulowa)

8 Consultant Dialogue counselling Counsellor will be the partner of the counselee Counsellor`s actions includes new aspects of activities and inspiration to set new goals Counselee analyses a problem, gains new information, experiments with new ideas, discusses her/his choices Counsellor and counselee share the responsibility for a vocational choice decision Problems are solved together

9 Play - roles -Directive counselling – the expert and informant (one person takes a role of counselor another counselee in this counselling situation) - Liberal counselling - laissez – faireist and reliable guardian (one person takes a role of counselor another counselee in this counselling situation)

10 You as a counsellor – personal reflection ???? ? EXPERTINFORMANTCONSULTANTRELIABLE GUARDIAN LAISSEZ- FAIREIST 1. Which model are you working on in your workplacement? 2.Which model do you prefer as a counsellor? 3.Which model do you have to use as a counsellor? And why? Please, discuss in your group

11 You as a counsellor – personal reflection Please, draw your lifespine as a counsellor ? ? ? ? ?

12 CONCLUSION Feedback about workshop

13 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION


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