Name Product: Nathan Beel – Common Factors of Successful Counselling
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Author: Nathan Beel
This course has been developed from research into factors associated with therapeutic change. It critiques the Evidence Based Practice movement for overly emphasizing techniques and models more so than factors that research shows have much larger impacts on treatment outcomes.
The course will review factors associated with therapeutic change from across counselling approaches so that therapists from any model can integrate this knowledge into their treatment design and client interactions.
The course will review relationship factors, therapist factors, client factors, model factors, and placebo.
Finally it will explore the benefits of incorporating Practice Based Evidence as a beneficial habit into treatment to further maximize therapist awareness and treatment outcomes.
What are the requirements?
Students should have a basic understanding of counselling theories and terminology
What am I going to get from this course?
At the end of the course students will understand common factors associated with successful outcomes and will be able to integrate these into their treatment planning and therapeutic activities.
Who is the target audience?
This course is professional development for people who provide counselling, or who are enrolled in counselling related studies