Gestalt Therapy

GESTALT THERAPY Introduction Gestalt Therapy has developed into a form of therapy that emphasizes medium to large groups, although many Gestalt techniques can be used in one-on-one therapy. Gestalt Therapy probably has a great range of format than any other therapy techniques. It is practiced in individual, couples, and family […]

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BEHAVIORISTIC APPROACH

BEHAVIORISTIC APPROACH a)Introduction Education should be organized in view of the psychology students. Educational courses and opportunities are provided according to the abilities scholastic aptitude for optimum development of students. In counseling include so many theories. Behaviorist theory is more importance in counseling. Counseling theory cannot delink from theories of […]

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What is Counselling? Meaning ,Need and Significance

a) MEANING OF COUNSELLING Counselling is the service offered to the individual who is under going a problem and needs professional help to overcome it. The problem keeps him disturbed high strung and under tension and unless solved his development is hampered or stunted. Counseling therefore is a more specialized […]

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ECLECTIC COUNSELING

ECLECTIC COUNSELLINGINTRODUCTIONCounseling is a generic service of student’s personal work having a wide range of activities and includes faculty advising, counseling in psychological clinics, mental hygiene and other specialized types of counseling. It is a body of techniques which helps young individuals to grow up normally through guided learning. Counseling […]

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DIRECTIVE COUNSELLING

DIRECTIVE COUNSELLINGIn this type of approach the counselor plays an important role .A major goal is to replace the emotional behavior of the individual with deliberately rationale behavior .Although he avoids dictatorial advice .This approach is also known as counselor-centered. Under this process the counselor plans the counseling process, his […]

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Couseling at High School

Couseling at High SchoolReference:-1. S.Narayana Rao- Counselling and Guidance,Second edition, (1997)Tata McGraw –Hill Publishing Company Limited.NewDelhi. Page No. 205 – 2062. Guidence and counseling by S. NageswaraRao, Murugudu Sree Hari, Digumarti Bhaskara Rao (2004), Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi (Page No. 82 – 85)

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Aims and Objectives of Counseling

Aims and Objectives of Counseling Counseling aims at helping the clients understand and accept themselves “as they are”, And counseling is to help the student to help himself.The main objective of counseling is to bring about a voluntary change in the client. For this purpose the counselor provides facilities to […]

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Need for Guidance and Counseling

Need for Guidance and Counselling The student life is getting complex day by day . Guidance is needed to help the students for optimum achievement and adequate adjustment in the varied life situations. Need analysis of the students in the schools shows the need of Guidance and counseling services , […]

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Unit Three Counselling (Unit PLan)

UNIT PLAN 3 COUNSELLINGUnit summary3.1 Meaning , Need, aims and objectives of counseling , Significance of counseling at the secondary level. Types of counseling, Directive, non-directive (client centered) and Eclectic.3.2 Models of Counselling .Meaning-categories of models(brief description only);1)model emphasizing action (behaviourist school) 2)model emphasizing exploration and understanding (Freud , Rogers, […]

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Welcome to Guidance and Counselling Class

Complementary elective :EDU 706.15GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING FIRST SEMESTER 2009- 2010 UNIT 3 COUNSELLINGUnit summary3.1 Meaning , Need, aims and objectives of counseling , Significance of counseling at the secondary level. Types of counseling, Directive, non-directive (client centered) and Eclectic.3.2 Models of Counselling .Meaning-categories of models(brief description only);1)model emphasizing action (behaviourist […]

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Warning, these readings may contain educational heresy

Readings for creative teachers  Saturday 11th May 1980 Bruce and I have long left the ‘chalkface’ but we still have a passion for an education system that is based on democratic classrooms that focus on developing the gifts and talents of all students. Sadly most classrooms are neither democratic (valuing the identity, […]

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Jo Boaler and math education and inquiry learning

 Jo Boaler: Math teaching is about  developing positive attitudes towards the subject  Educational Reading Friday 20 April 1980 Easter Friday Holidays are a time to catch your breath and to think about how to make teaching better for both teachers and students. Allan and I are no longer involved in teaching […]

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The need to identify and share teacher expertise

Educational Readings 6th April 1980 The need to identify and share teacher expertise We’ve always believed that the real experts in education are those that actually do it. Obviously such teachers gain support from those distant from the classroom but if it doesn’t happen in the classroom it doesn’t happen. […]

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Time to place creativity central to learning

Education Readings By Allan Alach The new term is underway we wonder how many schools, now that the National Standards have gone, have begun the vital transformation to place the 2007 New Zealand Curriculum centre stage and, as part of this shift, have re-imagined literacy and numeracy as ‘foundation skills’ […]

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