Discuss the legislative framework Process: • Students identify and examine the ways cultural awareness, inclusive practice and ethical principles are built into counselling and psychotherapy groups.
The purpose of this essay is to critically examine and consider the practical implications of cultural diversity when working with counselling and psychotherapy groups. Select a population – A population (a distinct group of people with a common characteristic – dictionary definition read up on this population and outline how you would consider and support diversity for equal opportunity to learn and contribute if they featured as the group members– Students will develop and demonstrate an understanding of building culturally responsive group practices for a specific population.) Consider as a counsellor how if planning to do groupwork you will foster and consider diversity – this would include cultural awareness of the counsellor, inclusivity and ethical principles. considering cultural awareness (example include cultural humility of the counsellor, cultural competency -understanding of self and your privilege etc) , inclusion and ethical principles. Multicultural counselling knowledge could be considered if it’s a therapeutic group (this is really a collection of things not a single approach). Consider a population as part of this – meaning if they were a part of your group how would you support cultural safety – an example such as person’s living with disability= population – understanding their needs prior to sessions (risk assessment) making sure wheelchair access, suitable toilet, speak facing people and clearly speaking (if group member hearing impaired) etc. If ethnicity perhaps suitability of the setting You much have considered a population of some sort as part of this then add in your assignment inclusivity, cultural awareness and the ethical principles in discussion to foster diversity / cultural safety. Discuss the legislative framework Process: • Students identify and examine the ways cultural awareness, inclusive practice and ethical principles are built into counselling and psychotherapy groups. • Students will apply this knowledge to a specific population, demonstrating how counselling and psychotherapy groups can be culturally responsive in practice. • Students will critically evaluate the importance an understanding cultural diversity and being culturally responsive in counselling and psychotherapy groups when planning and facilitating multicultural groups • Students will integrate evidence base that is current and relevant and discussed in unit. PLEASE ENSURE some of these words are use if applicable. • Heterogeneous • homogenous • pedagogy • andragogy • heutagogy • didactic teaching • Strength based • Trauma focused • vicarious learning • needs assessment • modalities • discourse (as in discourse within society) • FMRI psychology • ethics • dysthymia • etiology • cohesion