DPSY5203 - Theories and techniques of intervention part 1
SCA Band 1, 0.000 EFTSL
Postgraduate Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Leader(s): Dr J. Sabura Allen
Clayton First semester 2009 (Day)
Each session will include both lecture and experiential components. Experiential components will include group discussion, viewing and discussion of video tapes, skills practice with other group members, feedback/discussion of taped practice sessions, and providing resources for use in providing CBT therapy.
Students completing the initial sessions of this unit should have a basic understanding of a range of different schools of therapy and the historical, scientific and social contexts surrounding their development and practice. Students should be conversant with the specific assumptions, concepts and techniques of the major schools of therapy and have some knowledge of relevant outcome literature. In addition, students should have a thorough understanding of the processes common to all forms of intervention. By the end of the unit, students should have proficiency in the particular skills of behavioural and cognitive-behavioural therapies and their application to a range of clinical problems. Students will be expected to be competent in selecting interventions for individuals and monitoring the progress of their application.
Two short in-class presentations and submission of two audiotapes of therapy sessions with a pseudo-client.