No passado dia 16 de janeiro deu-se inicio nas turmas de 7.º ano o projeto "Eu, os meus pais e as Profissões" que visa analisar o impacto de uma intervenção vocacional, dirigida à promoção de atividades conjuntas pais-filhos, no suporte parental percebido, na autoeficácia e na exploração de carreira.
segunda-feira, 30 de janeiro de 2017
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terça-feira, 17 de janeiro de 2017
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é uma pessoa que ensina ciência, arte, técnica ou outros conhecimentos. Para o exercício dessa profissão, requer-se qualificações académicas e pedagógicas, para que consiga transmitir / ensinar a matéria de estudo da melhor forma possível ao aluno.
é um guia que ajuda alguém a aprender ou a desenvolver mais rápido do que poderia fazer sozinho.
Aconselhamento está mais perto de uma intervenção terapêutica. Ele se concentra no passado, ajudando o indivíduo a superar barreiras e questões de seu passado e seguir em frente. Aqui, o foco pode ser interno ou externo.
O treinador não é um especialista em assuntos, mas sim está focado em ajudar o individuo a desbloquear o seu próprio potencial. O foco é o indivíduo e o que está dentro da sua cabeça.
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- The process that occurs when a client and counsellor set aside time in order to explore difficulties which may include the stressful or emotional feelings of the client.
- The act of helping the client to see things more clearly, possibly from a different view-point. This can enable the client to focus on feelings, experiences or behaviour, with a goal to facilitating positive change.
- A relationship of trust. Confidentiality is paramount to successful counselling. Professional counsellors will usually explain their policy on confidentiality, they may, however, be required by law to disclose information if they believe that there is a risk to life.
- Giving advice.
- Attempting to sort out the problems of the client.
- Expecting or encouraging a client to behave in a way in which the counsellor may have behaved when confronted with a similar problem in their own life.
- Getting emotionally involved with the client.
- Looking at a client's problems from your own perspective, based on your own value system.
The Role of the CounsellorFirst and foremost the counsellor is aware that no two people are alike. No two people understand the same language in the same way; their understanding will always be linked to their personal experience of the world. Therefore, during the counselling process, it is important that the counsellor does not try to fit clients into his/her idea of what they should be and how they should act.The role of the counsellor is to enable the client to explore many aspects of their life and feelings, by talking openly and freely. Talking in such a way it is rarely possible with family or friends, who are likely to be emotionally involved and have opinions and biases that may be detrimental to the success of the counselling. It is important that the counsellor is not emotionally involved with the client and does not become so during counselling sessions. The counsellor neither judges, nor offers advice. The counsellor gives the client an opportunity to express difficult feelings such as anger, resentment, guilt and fear in a confidential environment.The counsellor may encourage the client to examine parts of their lives that they may have found difficult or impossible to face before. There may be some exploration of early childhood experiences in order to throw some light on why an individual reacts or responds in certain ways in given situations. This is often followed by considering ways in which the client may change such behaviours.Effective counselling reduces confusion, allowing the client to make effective decisions leading to positive changes in their attitude and/or behaviour. Effective counselling is not advice-giving and is not acting on someone else's behalf (these are more the roles of a life coach). The ultimate aim of counselling is to enable the client to make their own choices, reach their own decisions and to act upon them accordingly.Counselling SkillsCommunication skills are obviously of utmost importance to counsellors, we have lots of further pages covering these skills including: active listening, clarification, reflection and effective questioning skills.The counsellor will attempt to build a certain amount of rapport with their client, but not to an extent that would allow them to become emotionally involved.Counsellors need to be empathetic, seeing things from the client’s point of view, rather than sympathetic (feeling sorry for their clients). Empathy can help the counsellor to ask appropriate questions and lead the client to positive conclusions.Counselling is:Counselling is Not: