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Bangalore University Syllabus Assessment For Facilitative Counseling


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Bangalore University Syllabus Assessment For Facilitative Counseling
T 201 ASSESSMENT FOR FACILITATING COUNSELING
Objectives: This paper is designed to teach the assessment p rocedures for facilitative
counseling. It is intended to cover aspects related to Non –testing methods of assessment,
specific counseling facilitative techniques, assessment of individual differences,
disabilities screening and career assessment.
Unit I: Introduction 12 Hours
Counseling process: referrals and their implications, planning for counseling– starting
(problem identification, definition and analysis of the problem, specification of change
and goal setting, relationship establishment), work ing (implementing techniques /
procedures for change, recording), termination and evaluation of counseling outcomes,
report writing, record keeping.
Unit 2: Non Testing Methods 16 Hours
a. Purpose, types, merits and demerits of non - testing methods, Behavior recordingprocedures,
applications, advantages and disadvantages of - Observation, Rating scales,
Cumulative record, Anecdotal record, Case study and Sociometry.
b. Specific counseling facilitative Techniques - Play, art and drawing, drama, metaphor s
and story telling, and biblio-counseling
Unit: 3 Testing methods 10 Hours
Psychological tests, nature, purpose, principles of test construction, reliability and
validity, objectivity, characteristics of a good test, use and abuse of tests, ethical
considerations.
Unit: 4 16 Hours
a. Testing for cognitive abilities – nature, theoretical considerations, approaches, types
and interpretations of tests of memory, and intelligence. Some Indian tests , their uses and
interpretations. Counseling implications and limitations.
b. Testing for aptitude, interest, special abilities and specific disabilities –
nature, theoretical considerations, approaches, types and interpretations -some Indian
tests – their uses and interpretations. C ounseling implications and limitations
Unit 5 : 10 Hours
Testing for personality - nature, theoretical considerations, approaches, types and
interpretations of tests of personality. Some Indian tests – their uses and interpretations.
Counseling implications and limitations
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Gilbert I (1980). Interpreting Psychological Test Data (Vol I & II) N Y. Van Norstrand
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Sattler J M (1986) Assessment of children 3 rd Edition. San Diego; Jerome M Sattler
PublisherFor more details


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