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Faculty of Behavioral Sciences

Paper 3.3 (B): Approaches to Counselling I

Unit

Contents

Teaching Hrs.

Domain

1 Psychodynamic Approach

Views and Development of Psychodynamic approach

Theories of human nature and personality: Sigmund Freud, Erikson, Karen Horney and Winnicott.

Therapeutic relationship

Techniques and limitations of psychoanalysis

Brief -psychodynamic therapy

Contemporary psychodynamic therapy and its future

14

3

5

2

4

 

Must know

 

Desirable to know

Nice to know

2 Behavioural Approach

Views and Evolution of behavioural approach.

Behavioural theories of human nature and personality: Ivan Pavlov and Skinner.

Therapeutic relationship.

Techniques and limitations of behavioural approach.

 Perform a behavioural technique on a child for modification

Applied Behavior Analysis

13

3

 

4

2

4

Must know

 

 

Desirable to know

Nice to know

3 Humanistic Approach

Views and Evolution of Humanistic Approach.

Humanistic theories of human nature and personality: Carl Roger and Abraham Maslow.

Therapeutic relationship.

Therapeutic techniques and limitations of humanistic approach.

Self-Actualization Inventory

Commentary on ‘Toward a Psychology of Being’

13

3

4

2

4

 

Must know

 

 

Desirable to know

Nice to know

 

Syllabus Books:

  1. Gibson, R.L. (2005). Introduction to Counseling and Guidance. 6th New Delhi: Pearson Education.
  2. Asch . M. (2000).Principles of Guidance and Counseling 1st ed. New Delhi: Sarup& Sons.
  3. Fay Short and Phil Thomas (2015) Core Approaches in Counselling and Psychotherapy.Routledge:, New York.

 

Reference Books:

  1. Brammer, L., M. & MacDonald, G. (1996). The helping relationship Process and Skills. Boston: Allan & Bacon.
  2. Balkin, R. & Kleist, D. (2016). Counseling Research: A Practitioner-Scholar Approach. NY: Wiley.
  3. Kottler, A. &Balkin, R. (2016). Relationships in Counseling and the Counselor’s Life. NY: Wiley.