Counselling Skills VI

Cultural Counselling (90Hrs.)

Fee: CAD$998.00 plus CAD$100.00 Administrative Fee = CAD$1098.00 (Distance Education)

Students will read the required textbook or manual for each section below and answer a series of essay type questions relating to the material in the textbook. They will submit their answers by uploading them to their individual folder on Google Drive.

The Instructor will evaluate the answers and give the student a mark. 80% is a pass for each section. The student must attain an 80% average of all 3 courses to pass. A certificate will be given to a successful student. The Instructor will provide support if needed for the duration of the program.

Prospective students can challenge on the sections below based on prior learning. Advanced Counselling IV is another step towards qualifying for ACCT membership.


 Counselling Skills I • Counselling Skills II • Counselling Skills III • Counselling Skills IV • Counselling Skills V


 Course Detail

Cultural Counselling Part I (45hrs.) $398.00

Course Description

Culturally Responsive and Socially Just Counselling is a model the author developed and provides a map for competent multicultural counselling. Through the study of the cultural responsivity and socially just Counselling model students will learn how counsellor and client’s cultural identities, social locations, life experiences, and sociocultural contexts may impact the client – counsellor relationship and impact understandings for change.

Course Prerequisites Basic Counselling Skills I and II, Advanced Counselling Level I and II.

Learning Objectives* Upon completion of this course the successful student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:

Work with a diverse group of clients through collaboration and a deepening working alliance. Counselling as a Relational Practice.

Creating a foundation of Cultural Safety for clients through the balance of power in the counselling alliance.

Help clients navigate Life transitions, loss of one’s identity, and ageism through cultural self‐awareness and an understanding of personal positioning.

Work with Young adults with life‐limiting conditions.

Social Justice in Family Therapy ‐ exploring assumptions

Paradox, Grand Narratives and Cultural Beliefs ‐ Family Therapy

The TriOptimal Learning Model® ‐ Attachment Theory, Neuroplasticity and Ecological Systems Theory

Implement and evaluate culturally responsive and socially just interventions for individuals, couples and families in collaboration with clients.

Levels of assessment – macro-level – individuals, couples, and families. Mesolevel – schools, organizations and communities. Macro-level – social, economic and political systems.

What are the stories you tell yourself – Narrative viewpoint

Trauma and healing among Refugees


Cultural Counselling Part II (45hrs.) $398.00
Course Description

Culturally Responsive and Socially Just Counselling is a model the author developed and provides a map for competent multicultural counselling. Through the study of the cultural responsivity and socially just Counselling model students will learn how counsellor and client’s cultural identities, social locations, life experiences, and sociocultural contexts may impact the client – counsellor relationship and impact understandings for change.

 

Learning Objectives                              
  • Work with a diverse group of clients through collaboration and a deepening working alliance. Counselling as a Relational Practice.
  • Creating a foundation of Cultural Safety for clients through the balance of power in the counselling alliance.
  • Help clients navigate Life transitions, loss of one’s identity, and ageism through cultural self‐awareness and an understanding of personal positioning.
  • Work with Young adults with life‐limiting conditions.
  • Social Justice in Family Therapy ‐ exploring assumptions
  • Paradox, Grand Narratives and Cultural Beliefs ‐ Family Therapy
  • The TriOptimal Learning Model® ‐ Attachment Theory, Neuroplasticity and Ecological Systems Theory
  • Implement and evaluate culturally responsive and socially just interventions for individuals, couples and families in collaboration with clients.
  • Levels of assessment – macro-level – individuals, couples, and families. Mesolevel – schools, organizations and communities. Macro-level – social, economic and political systems.
  • What are the stories you tell yourself – Narrative viewpoint
  • Trauma and healing among Refugees
Required Book (Parts I and II)

Embracing Cultural Responsivity and Social Justice: Re‐shaping Professional Identity in Counselling Psychology by Sandra Collins, 2018 Counselling Concepts E‐Book

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