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Developing reflective practice in counsellor education: Classroom research, supervision and workplace experiences.

John Alder , Denise Charman, Jane Power, Margaret Karafilowska, Linda Phillips

Exploring examples of reflective practice in counsellor education provides impetus to an emerging evidence base on this element. Reflective practice has emerged as a favoured element in counsellor development, education and practice. The presenters will outline examples of where counsellor education at Cairnmillar Institute is facilitating and reviewing reflective practice in classroom, research, supervision and workplace experiences. The presenters will identify processes of and research on reflective practice as these occur at Cairnmillar Institute. The encouragement of reflection on the counsellors’ own experiences in counselling practice and consideration of the evidence base for counselling are proposed as important aspects of counsellor education.

PACFA Biennial Conference 2012
Effectiveness, What works?
Recorded: 27-28 October 2012, Melbourne, Vic, Australia
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John Alder
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Denise Charman
Jane Power
Margaret Karafilowska
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Jane Power
Margaret Karafilowska
 


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John Alder

John is an active member of the Australian Psychological Society, having held national and state level executive positions in the specialist colleges of counselling and organisational psychologists. He was one of the founding members of the APS Interest Group on Coaching Psychology.

John established Appropriate Measures' in 1986 as a training and supervision program for trainee and probationary psychologists. More than 30 trainees have successfully completed their supervisory period and now practice as psychologists in counselling and/or organisational psychology.In the recent 10 years Appropriate Measures has expanded its range of services to include personnel selection and staff development consulting.

John has collaborated with various senior professionals in mounting and developing programs in human development and organisational performance in private and public enterprises.

Appropriate Measures collaborates with other consultants in delivering major projects or working in areas requiring other specialist expertise or multiple staff (eg. Marital/couples counselling or large group training).

Denise Charman

Professor Denise Charman: PhD, MAPS, PBA: Head of School of Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, Cairnmillar Institute.

Jane Power

Dr Jane Power, PhD. PACFA reg., SCAPE., Assoc. MAPS., Co-ordinator of the Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy at the Cairnmillar Institute.

Margaret Karafilowska

Ms Margaret Karafilowska holds a Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy degree from The Cairnmillar Institute. She is a registered psychologist with specialist training in working with individual adult clients and couples. In her clinical work she takes an integrative psychotherapeutic approach based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) principles. Educated at Monash and RMIT Universities, as well as at The Cairnmillar Institute, she has developed an interest in working with older adults and the psychological issues associated with the ageing process through Cairnmillar’s Successful Ageing Growth and Enhancement (SAGE) program. Ms Karafilowska facilitates and lectures in a number of personal and professional development courses, provides clinical supervision, and supervises research students.

Margaret Karafilowska

Linda Phillips

Linda Phillips, BPsych, M. Child & Adol. Welfare. Linda is currently studying a Graduate Diploma of Psychology at Cairnmillar Institute.

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