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Copyright: 2012 Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors

Hello!

Welcome to Edition 104 of Institute Inbrief. Supervisors need to apply favourable conditions and a process of evaluation. This edition's featured article discusses the processes of evaluation and feedback in supervision.

 

Also in this edition:

 

  • News - AIPC on Twitter
  • A Cycle of Dysfunctional Parenting and Unsatisfactory Child Development
  • Learning from a Relationship Breakdown
  • Review - An Introduction to Pre-Marriage Counselling
  • Counselling Connection updates
  • Upcoming Seminar dates
  • Loads of resources, events and opportunities

Enjoy your reading!

 

Editor

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Intothediploma

You'll graduate with a qualification that is of the HIGHEST standard of any accredited Diploma in Counselling available in Australia today...

 

AIPC's Diploma of Professional Counselling is a qualification that's extremely well regarded in counselling circles across the country. Our graduates are highly sought after and earn the respect of their peers for their skills and problem solving abilities. Why?

 

  • The Diploma is a Nationally Recognised Training Program under the Australian Qualifications Framework (Australia's government body responsible for accrediting training courses).

  • Upon graduation you'll be qualified to immediately register with Australia's leading member Association (Australian Counselling Association) as a registered and qualified counsellor.

  • The 22 Unit course has been painstakingly developed and refined over 19 years in close consultation with industry leading professionals and employers of counsellors. Together with completing written units, you also complete 10 practical days.

  • This is where you'll demonstrate your skills and apply what you've learnt in 'real life' counselling scenarios. You'll find the experience extremely empowering and rewarding. Of course, if you're studying externally and can't physically attend the practical days there are several alternate means to learn and apply these skills.

For further information about the Diploma and flexible Study Modes, please click here or contact your closest Student Support Centre.
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Intostudies
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Intocasestudies
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Opportunity for WA Residents
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Intodilemmas
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Intonews

AIPC on Twitter

 

You can now follow us on Twitter. Our Twitter followers will receive lots of exclusive Twitter-only resources and content, including reports, news, updates and links to great articles and resources.

 

It's an excellent way for you to get fresh news regarding Institute projects, interact with our team, and participate in a range of discussions that we'll be posting daily.

 

Visit our profile page at https://twitter.com/counsellingnews.  

 

If you don't already have a Twitter account, we encourage you to create one for free at https://twitter.com. With an account, you can officially follow us on Twitter.

 

Editor's note: we're currently developing a series of 5 educational eBooks that will be available exclusively to our Twitter readers, as part of the official launch of our Twitter account. The first eBook will be released very soon - so make sure you start following us right away.

 

Not familiar with how Twitter works? Watch this short, instructional video to get a glimpse of this great social networking tool: www.commoncraft.com/twitter.
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Intocounselling
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Intoevents
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Intobookstore
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Intoreview

Article: An Introduction to Pre-Marriage Counselling

Published: Edition 77

 

In Australia, over 40 per cent of all marriages end in divorce over a 30 year period, and marriage rates have dropped to the lowest rate they have been in one hundred years (ABS, 2007).

 

Somewhere around one million people in Australia have experienced divorce. The costs associated with divorce, including social security payments and court proceedings, run close to a staggering 3 billion dollars a year in Australia alone (Owen-Brown and Booth, 2003).

 

Divorce has recently been reported to be the number one 'wealth buster' of all the financial hazards in life (Featherstone, 2006). Divorce and separation can be damaging in many other ways. There is an increased risk of serious mental health problems and physical illness for both men and women divorcees.

 

There are also higher fatality rates among divorcees from things such as malfunctioning auto immune systems, suicide and even automobile accidents (Gottman, 1998). Other studies have found correlations between marital separations and alcoholism, anxiety and eating disorders (Fincham & Beach, 1999).

 

Click here to continue reading this article...
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Intodevelopment

Tired Of Expensive Hotel Bookings, Inconvenient Flight Schedules, Traffic Jams, Bad Conference Seats And Waiting Months For Events You Want To Attend?

 

Access Premium Quality Professional Development Online. There's No Simpler, More Cost Effective Way To Attain Your Mandatory PD And Learn New Skills.

 

All Counselling Academy courses and video workshops can be conveniently accessed online 24/7 - wherever you are! Imagine not having to worry about expensive, time consuming live PD events... well, that's already a reality.

 

With Counselling Academy, all you need is a computer with internet connection. You have the flexibility you want to fit your professional development around your life - and not the other way around. That means more time with your family, clients and friends when they need you.

 

Professionally Developed Programs

 

We understand the necessity to deliver high quality training as well as providing a practical platform to access it. That's why we employ a team of professionals (mostly with Masters and/or PhD qualifications) to develop courses non-stop.

 

For this reason, numerous Associations around Australia recognise Counselling Academy training for PD Points, including Australian Psychological Society (video workshops) and Australian Counselling Association.

 

Unlimited Access to PD

 

Counselling Academy's Unlimited Access memberships give you access to over 50 courses; over 560 hours of quality training; as well as access to all newly developed courses.

 

What do you normally pay for a professional development workshop? $150? $350? With CA's Unlimited Access Account you have access to over 50 training programs for under $1 a day!

 

As an Unlimited user you can:

 

  • Subscribe to as many courses as you want, with just one click.
  • Access exclusive video workshops.
  • Fast-track your professional development.
  • Easily meet your professional OPD requirements.
  • Save $$$ with our monthly or annual payment options.
  • Manage all your OPD training needs from a single location.

To find out more and register, visit www.counsellingacademy.com.au/courses and follow the prompt registration instructions.

 

URL: www.counsellingacademy.com.au
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Intorelationships
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Intoconnection
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Inquotes
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Intoseminars

Many students of the Diploma of Professional Counselling attend seminars to complete the practical requirements of their course. Seminars provide an ideal opportunity to network with other students and liaise with qualified counselling professionals in conjunction with completing compulsory coursework.

 

Below are some of the seminars available in 2009. To register for a seminar, please contact your Student Support Centre.

 

BRISBANE

Communication Skills I - 05/12/09

Communication Skills II - 19/09/09, 14/11/09

The Counselling Process - 24/10/09

Counselling Therapies I - 21 & 22/11/09

Counselling Therapies II - 12 & 13/12/09

Case Management - 17 & 18/10/09

Counselling Applications - 28/11/09

 

NORTHERN TERRITORY

Communication Skills I - 17/10/09

Communication Skills II - 14/11/09

The Counselling Process - 26/09/09

Counselling Therapies I - 10 & 11/10/09

Counselling Therapies II - 21 & 22/11/09

Case Management - 05 & 06/12/09

Counselling Applications - 07/11/09

 

TASMANIA

Communication Skills I - 15/11/09

Communication Skills II - 20/09/09, 06/12/09

The Counselling Process - 18/10/09

Counselling Therapies I - 12 & 13/12/09

Counselling Therapies II - 10 & 11/10/09

Case Management - 21 & 22/11/09

Counselling Applications - 29/11/09

 

SYDNEY

Communication Skills I - 28/09/09, 26/10/09, 23/11/09

Communication Skills II - 29/09/09, 27/10/09, 24/11/09, 11/12/09

The Counselling Process - 26/09/09, 16/10/09, 14/11/09, 05/12/09

Counselling Therapies I - 29 & 30/10/09

Counselling Therapies II - 16 & 17/11/09

Case Management - 24 & 25/09/09, 26 & 27/11/09

Counselling Applications - 30/10/09, 12/12/09

 

MELBOURNE

Communication Skills I - 03/10/09, 29/10/09

Communication Skills II - 04/10/09, 30/10/09, 22/11/09

The Counselling Process - 11/09/09, 13/09/09, 10/10/09, 22/10/09

Counselling Therapies I - 08 & 09/10/09, 07 & 08/11/09

Counselling Therapies II - 24 & 25/09/09, 17 & 18/10/09, 19 & 20/11/09

Case Management - 20 & 21/09/09, 29 & 30/11/09

Counselling Applications - 18/09/09, 23/10/09, 24/10/09, 03/12/09

 

ADELAIDE

Communication Skills I - 17/10/09, 05/12/09

Communication Skills II - 18/10/09, 06/12/09

The Counselling Process - 12/09/09, 28/11/09

Counselling Therapies I - 07 & 08/11/09

Counselling Therapies II - 19 & 20/09/09, 21 & 22/11/09

Case Management - 24 & 25/10/09

Counselling Applications - 29/11/09

 

PERTH

Communication Skills I - 07/11/09

Communication Skills II - 08/11/09

The Counselling Process - 17/10/09, 05/12/09

Counselling Therapies I - 12 & 13/09/09

Case Management - 11 & 12/10/09

Counselling Applications - 28/11/09

 

SUNSHINE COAST

Communication Skills I - 26/09/09

Communication Skills II - 31/10/09

The Counselling Process - 28/11/09

Counselling Therapies II - 24 & 25/10/09

Case Management - 14 & 15/11/09

Counselling Applications - 12/12/09

 

GOLD COAST

Communication Skills I - 21/11/09

Communication Skills II - 19/09/09

The Counselling Process - 24/10/09

Counselling Therapies I - 31/10 & 01/11/09

Counselling Therapies II - 28 & 29/11/09

Counselling Applications - 26/10/09

 

*Advertising of the seminar dates above does not guarantee availability of places in the seminar. Please check availability with the respective Student Support Centre.

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