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Copyright: 2012 Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors

Hello!
Welcome to Edition 180 of Institute Inbrief. In a previous edition we explored the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). In this edition we overview the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF) - a multiple-choice, comprehensive measure of normal range personality found to be effective in a variety of settings where an in-depth assessment of the whole person is needed.
 
Also in this edition:
  • Mid-year intake open: Bachelor programs
  • MHSS Workshops – May & June
  • Articles and CPD updates
  • Blog and Twitter updates
  • Upcoming seminar dates
Enjoy your reading,
 
 
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Intobachelor
 
MID-YEAR INTAKE OPEN
 
Bachelor of Counselling &
Bachelor of Psychological Science
 
The available places in the Mid-Year Intake for the Bachelor of Psychological Science and Bachelor of Counselling are filling very quickly.
 
If you want a secure future doing something you love, then a career in Psychology or Counselling could be ideal for you.
 
Our unique learning model means you can earn-while-you-learn, so you don’t have to give up work to fit in your studies. And as both programs are government Fee Help approved, you can learn now and pay later.
 
Some unique features of the programs include:
  • Study externally from anywhere in Australia, even overseas.
  • Residential Schools in Melbourne*, Sydney* and Brisbane.
  • [Psych] Save up to $35,800 on your qualification.
  • [Couns] Save up to $26,400 on your qualification.
  • Start with just 1 subject.
  • Online learning portal with access to all study materials, readings and video lectures.
  • [Psych] Accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).
  • No minimum HSC or OP results required to gain entry.
  • Learn in a friendly, small group environment.
*Bachelor of Psychological Science - Residential Schools in Melbourne and Sydney are available for CORE subjects.
 
OBLIGATION FREE EOI
 
You can submit your obligation free expression of interest (or enrol) in the Bachelor of Psychological Science here: www.aip.edu.au/degree
 
And the Bachelor of Counselling here: www.aipc.edu.au/degree
 
We expect to hit capacity enrolments quickly. So if you’re thinking about a career in psychology or counselling, please submit your interest now to avoid missing out.
 
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Intothediploma
 
AIPC provides you with Flexible Course Delivery Modes
So YOU set the rules for how and when you learn...
 
AIPC’s accredited and nationally recognised Diploma of Counselling is designed so that you determine the manner and pace you study. You study entirely at your own pace (except of course if you’re receiving a government benefit such as Austudy) and you can start at any time, graduating in only 18-months.
 
Not only can you set the pace you study, you also determine the mode you want to study. You can study externally (at home with phone and email access to our counselling tutors); in-Class; online or any combination… all the time fully supported by our huge national team throughout our 8 Student Support Centres.
 
External learning means you can complete your entire course from the comfort of your home (or office, or overseas, or virtually anywhere). Your course comes complete with fully self-contained, referenced and professionally presented learning materials including 18 individual workbooks and readings. It really is as simple as working through the material and contacting us for support along the way. If you live locally to one of our support centres you can also attend tutorials to provide you with face to face contact if you wish (this option is ideal if you enjoy working more independently or have a busy schedule).
 
In-Class learning is a classroom forum where you learn with other students from a qualified lecturer. Classes are available in most main cities, at flexible times. In-Class is a great way for you to accelerate your learning, interact with other students and stay highly motivated. (This option is particularly suitable if you enjoy learning in the classroom environment with other students).
 
Online learning allows you to complete your learning entirely via your PC. You still receive all the high quality hardcopy resources (so you don’t miss out on anything!), but you’ll access all your learning materials and complete assessments online.
 
Any Combination. Of course you don’t have to stick with one learning method throughout your studies. You’re welcome to use whichever method suits your needs and desires at the time. You may choose to complete one workbook in-Class, another online, then externally. Whatever is most convenient!
 
Learn more - visit www.aipc.net.au/lz today!
 
Intomhss
 
Australia is suffering a Mental Health Crisis
 
Our suicide rate is now TWICE our road toll. Many suicides could possibly be averted, if only the people close to the victim were able to identify the early signs and appropriately intervene.
 
RIGHT NOW someone you care about – a family member, friend, or colleague – may be suffering in silence, and you don’t know.
 
With the right training, you can help that family member, friend or colleague.
 
Save $100 when you book your seat in an upcoming MHSS Workshop.
 
Upcoming workshops in April and May:
 
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Coffs Harbour, NSW: 29 & 30 May
Narre Warren, VIC: 6 & 7 June
Gold Coast, QLD: 15 & 16 June
Canning Vale, WA: 24 & 25 June
Launceston, TAS: 27 & 28 June
Gold Coast, QLD: 29 & 30 June
Brisbane (CBD), QLD: 29 & 30 June
 
Book your seat now: www.mhss.net.au/find-a-course
 
Your registration includes the 2-day facilitated workshop; a hardcopy of the MHSS Student Workbook; and access to an online dashboard where you can obtain your certificate, watch role-play videos, and much more.
 
MHSS Specialties
 
Once you complete the MHSS Core program you can undertake the MHSS Specialty Programs:
  1. Aiding Addicts;
  2. Supporting those with Depression or Anxiety;
  3. Supporting the Suicidal and Suicide Bereaved and;
  4. Supporting Challenged Families.
Book your seat at the next MHSS Workshop now and save $100.
 
If you have any queries, please contact Pedro Gondim on pedro@mhss.net.au.
 
PS Members of the ACA can accrue 28 OPD points by attending the MHSS Workshop.
 
Intocounselling
 
The 16PF Personality Questionnaire
 
The Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF) is a multiple-choice, comprehensive measure of normal range personality found to be effective in a variety of settings where an in-depth assessment of the whole person is needed.
 
Developed over several decades, Raymond Cattell began to work on it in the 1920s when he shifted from the physical sciences to psychology and was shocked at the lack of empirical research available to enquire into the psychological nature of human beings. He wanted to develop a psychological test based on a list generated by Gordon Allport and H.S. Odbert, who had methodically gone through two comprehensive dictionaries to come up with around 18,000 words to describe personality. 
 
Allport and Odbert (in a second round) reduced their list to 4500 adjectives which they believed described observable, permanent personality traits. Cattell got hold of the list, added some terms known from psychological research, and eliminated synonyms, reducing the total to 171. He used the then-new techniques of factor analysis combined with emergent computer technology to discover and measure the fundamental traits of human personality (Wikipedia, 2012d; Cattell and Mead, 2008).
 
The primary, second-order, and third-order factors
 
Cattell proposed a multi-level, hierarchical structure of personality. He found:
  1. Five second-order global measures which describe personality at a broader, conceptual level. These are related to the five factors of the Big Five models of personality;
  2. 16 more precise primary factors (developed earlier) which reveal the fine details and nuances that make each person unique. The latter, believed Cattell, are more powerful in predicting actual behaviour;
  3. In addition, the factor analysis revealed a set of third-order factors: Superfactors I and II. 
The primary factors. Here are the 16 primary factors whose levels the 16PF Questionnaire assesses:
  • Warmth
  • Reasoning
  • Emotional Stability
  • Dominance
  • Liveliness
  • Rule-Consciousness
  • Social Boldness
  • Sensitivity
  • Vigilance
  • Abstractedness
  • Privateness
  • Apprehensiveness
  • Openness to Change
  • Self-Reliance
  • Perfectionism
  • Tension
The second-order, Global Factors. When the 16 primary traits were factor-analysed, they revealed five so-called Global Factors, which describe personality at a broader level. These Global Factors, which help to show the degree of relationships among the 16 primary scales, are:
  • Extraversion
  • Anxiety
  • Tough-Mindedness
  • Independence
  • Self-Control (IPAT, 2012)
The third-order Superfactors. Third-order Superfactor I encompasses tendencies to move assertively outward into the world toward both social connection and mastery of the environment, and might be called active outward engagement. Third-order Superfactor II involves internal types of processes and events, including impulsivity versus self-restraint (global Self-Control or Conscientiousness), but also the dimensions of sensitivity, reactivity, and creativity: openness to feelings, imagination, aesthetics, and new ideas (global Receptivity/Openness versus Tough-Mindedness) (Cattell and Mead, 2008).
 
The 16PF Questionnaire was first published in 1949, and the most recent edition, released in 1993, is the fifth edition of the original test. The goal of the fifth edition revision was to update and simplify the language and answer format and develop new reliability and validity data. Also, a new standardisation sample (of 10,000 people) was developed for the fifth edition to reflect the current U.S. Census population.
 
The 16PF Fifth Edition contains 185 multiple-choice items, written at a fifth-grade reading level. Of these items, 76% were from the four previous 16PF editions, some re-written. The items ask simple questions about daily behaviour, interests, and opinions. The measure tends to sample a broad range of actual behaviour by asking questions about daily, concrete situations, rather than asking the test-taker to simply make a self-assessment of their own personality traits as some tests do. Such simple, self-rating type questions tend to be highly related to the person's self-image, and dependent on their view of themselves, their level of self-awareness, and their defensiveness about their actual traits. Instead, most 16PF questions tend to ask about actual behavioural situations, for example:
  • When I find myself in a boring situation, I usually "tune out" and daydream about other things. True/False.
  • When a bit of tact and convincing is needed to get people moving, I'm usually the one who does it. True/False.
Administration of the test takes about 35–50 minutes for the paper-and-pencil version and about 30 minutes by computer. The test is un-timed; thus it is generally self-administrable and can be used in either an individual or a group setting. The 16PF test was designed for adults at least age 16 and older, but there are also parallel tests for various younger age ranges (e.g., the 16PF Adolescent Personality Questionnaire) (Wikipedia, 2012d).
 
Applications
 
Because of its strong scientific background, the 16PF Questionnaire is used in a diverse range of contexts, including industrial and organisational, research, educational, and medical settings. In addition, psychologists and counsellors can use it to:
  • Provide information for vocational guidance, helping individuals determine occupations for which they are best suited, including as part of outplacement counselling;
  • Assist with personnel selection, promotion, coaching, and career development through measurement of five primary management dimensions (which predict management potential and style);
  • Supplement clinical diagnosis, prognosis and therapy planning, as the 16PF instrument helps provide clinicians with a normal-range measurement of anxiety, adjustment, and behavioral problems; in fact, the 16PF Questionnaire gives an in-depth integrated picture of the whole person;
  • Identify personality factors that may predict marital compatibility and satisfaction and highlight existing or potential problem areas;
  • Help identify students with potential academic, emotional, and social problems (Pearson Educ., Inc., n.d.; Cattell and Mead, 2008).
Sample items
 
The actual 16PF Questionnaire needs to be ordered from IPAT (see below), but it is possible to complete “clone” versions – tests purporting to measure the same aspects of personality – online. Here are sample items from two of them; the test-taker is asked to rate each statement on a five-point scale from either “strongly disagree” to “strongly agree” or from “very inaccurate” to “very accurate”:
  • I take time out for others.
  • I know that I am not a special person.
  • I take charge of things.
  • I try to forgive and forget
  • I keep in the background.
  • I can’t do without the company of others
  • I trust others.
  • I am not easily frustrated.
  • I cheer people up.
  • I often feel uncomfortable around others.
  • I seldom feel blue.
  • I dislike myself.
  • I believe in the importance of art.
  • I swim against the current
  • I believe in one true religion.
  • Disorder unsettles me.
  • I like to stand during the national anthem.
  • I am open to using recreational drugs
  • I am extremely sentimental.
  • My thoughtfulness and charitable nature are my foundation.
  • I prefer strange films.
  • I like to solve complex problems.
  • I continue until everything is perfect.
  • I am not especially interested in abstract ideas.
Criticisms and limitations
 
Cattell’s revolutionary contribution to psychology in using factor analysis and computer technology is widely appreciated. Notwithstanding, his theory has been frequently criticised on the grounds that, although there have been many attempts to replicate his theory, none have entirely succeeded in doing so. One study found that ten factors failed to relate to items in the present questionnaire. The researchers concluded that the 16 PF Questionnaire does not measure the factors which it purports to measure at a primary level (Eysenck and Eysenck, 1987, in Fehriinger, 2004). Also, the reliability of Cattell's self-report data has been challenged by researchers (Schuerger, Zarrella, & Hotz, 1989, in Fehriinger, 2004).
 
Cattell and his colleagues responded to the criticism by saying that the lack of replicability was due to the fact that the researchers had not used his methodology. Kline and Barrett, however (1983, in Fehriinger, 2004), used Cattell’s exact methodology, and were only able to verify four of the 16 primary factors. Moreover, Cattell published the results of his own factor analysis of the 16PF instrument, and also failed to verify the primary factors that he himself had hypothesised (Eysenck, 1987, in Fehriinger, 2004). 
 
It is possible that the amount of computation which needed to be done by hand in those days is responsible for skewed data, which made findings unable to be replicated. What modern computers can do in seconds without error hugely eclipses the lengthy, error-prone calculations performed by hand in Cattell’s day; thus, errors may have occurred, preventing replication.
 
Despite that problem, psychologists acknowledge the huge role Cattell’s work played in paving the way for discovery of the Big Five (Five-Factor-Model) personality tests which dominate the landscape of personality testing today (Wikipedia, 2012a; Fehriinger, 2004). 
 
For more information or to order the 16PF Questionnaire
 
As noted above, the “real” 16PF Questionnaire can be obtained from IPAT, the company Cattell set up to distribute his personality measures. IPAT can be contacted through their website www.ipat.com.
 
Two free online tests claiming to measure the same personality traits can be found at:
 
 
This article is an extract of the upcoming Mental Health Academy “Overview of the Principal Personality Tests” CPD course. For more information, visit www.mhss.net.au.
 
References:
 
Cattell, H. and Mead, A. (2008). The Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF). The Sage handbook of personality theory and assessment. Retrieved on 20 December, 2012, from: hyperlink.
 
Fehriinger, H. (2004). Contributions and limitations of Cattell’s 16 Personality Factor model. Retrieved on 20 December, 2012, from: hyperlink.
 
IPAT (2012). IPAT: The 16PF Questionnaire. IPAT: People insights. Retrieved on 17 December, 2012, from: hyperlink.
 
Pearson Education, Inc. (n.d.). 16pf fifth edition: Clinical assessment. Retrieved 20 December, 2012 from: hyperlink.
 
Wikipedia (2012d). 16PF Questionnaire. Wikipedia: The free encyclopedia. Retrieved on 20 December, 2012, from: hyperlink.             
 
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Intobookstore
 
The Institute has a list of recommended textbooks and DVDs that can add great value to your learning journey - and the good news is that you can purchase them very easily. The AIPC bookstore will give you discounted prices, an easy ordering method and quality guarantee!
 
This fortnight's feature is...
 
Name: Psychology, 10th edition
Authors: Wade, C. and Travis, Carol
AIPC Code: WADE
AIPC Price: $127.30 (RRP $151.95)
ISBN: 978-020-571-1468
 
This book emphasizes the importance of critical thinking and the integration of culture and gender in the science of psychology.
 
To order this book, contact your Student Support Centreor the AIPC Head Office (1800 657 667).
 
Intoarticles
 
Expression of Feelings in Early Childhood
 
All children begin their journey with no expectations and have a sense of wonder about their world (Doe & Walsh, 1998). As they travel through their life, events may occur in the child’s life that could contribute to the way they are feeling. If a child does not deal with events or situations, the child may encounter feelings of anger, abandonment, sadness, loneliness, resentment, blame, anxiety and separation, and feelings of not being heard and loved.
 
Helping the child to express their feelings and to understand why they are feeling the way they are will enhance their emotional, mental and physical well-being – bringing about a positive outcome.
 
Click here to continue reading this article.
 
 
Sudden Unemployment – Reactions and Emotions
 
Unfortunately ‘organisational restructuring’ and ‘downsizing’ are common events in today’s workplace. For those individuals who suddenly lose their job, financial pressures can be overwhelming. Most support individuals receive focus on supporting the individual financially. However even under the best conditions where someone has ample savings and decent job prospects, suddenly losing a job is an emotional ride.
 
The emotional stress which individuals and their families experience is the least thought about effect of unemployment. For many people work is a central component to their identity. When their employment status changes, so too can their self-identity. This together with the financial strain can be a very stressful and negative time.
 
Click here to continue reading this article.
 
Other articles: www.aipc.net.au/articles
 
Intodevelopment
 
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All courses and videos have been specially developed by psychologist and counsellor educators and are conveniently accessible online, 24/7. They’re filled with content that’ll help you understand your own life, and how to improve on your current condition.
 
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  • Narcissism: The Basics
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  • Principles of Psychosynthesis
  • Working with Subpersonalities
  • Play Therapy: Basics for Beginning Students (just released)
  • Understanding Will (just released)
  • Working with Will in the Therapy Room (just released)
  • Overview of Principal Personality Tests (coming soon)
  • Understanding the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Inventory) (coming soon)
  • The Chakra Model of Development (coming soon)
  • Keegan's Developmental Sequence (coming soon)
  • Understanding and Recognising Shadow in the Therapy Room (coming soon)
  • Decoding transference (coming soon)
  • Basic Stress Management (coming soon)
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Intoconnection
 
Have you visited theCounselling Connection Blog yet? There are over 600 interesting posts including case studies, profiles, success stories, videos and much more. Make sure you too get connected (and thank you for those who have already submitted comments and suggestions).
 
Career Challenge Series, Part 3
 
One of the most common questions I have as a Career Coach and as and LCI workshop facilitator is, ‘How do I go about finding my ideal career?’
 
In this special post series we will sequentially cover each of these steps in more detail. In this post we cover step 3: tell everyone you know.
 
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Intotwitter
 
Follow us on Twitter and get the latest and greatest in counselling news. To follow, visit http://twitter.com/counsellingnews and click "Follow".
 
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See what our students think of the Bachelor of Counselling as they share their journeys: http://www.aipc.net.au/hevids
 
Details about the Australian Counselling Association's 2013 conference in the Gold Coast now available via http://www.theaca.net.au
 
 
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Intoquotes
 
"Whenever you're in conflict with someone, there is one factor that can make the difference between damaging your relationship and deepening it. That factor is attitude."
 
~ William James
 
Intoseminars
 
Many students of the Diploma of 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.
 
Not sure if you need to attend Seminars? Click here for information on Practical Assessments.
 
Below are upcoming seminars available during the first semester of 2013. For a full list of seminars, visit http://www.aipc.net.au/timetables.php.
 
To register for a seminar, please contact your Student Support Centre.
 
BRISBANE
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 15/06
Communication Skills II - 18/05
The Counselling Process - 29-30/06
Counselling Therapies I - 22-23/06
Case Management - 25-26/05
Advanced Counselling Techniques - 16/06
 
CDA Timetable
 
The Counselling Process - 29-30/06
Communication Skills I - 15/06
Communication Skills II - 18/05
Counselling Therapies I - 22-23/06
Legal & Ethical Frameworks - 02/06
Family Therapy - 07/06
Case Management - 25-26/05
 
GOLD COAST
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 25/05
Communication Skills II - 26/05
The Counselling Process - 29-30/06
Counselling Therapies II - 18-19/05
Case Management - 15-16/06
 
CDA Timetable
 
The Counselling Process - 29-30/06
Communication Skills I - 25/05
Communication Skills II - 26/05
Counselling Therapies II - 18-19/05
Family Therapy - 08/06
Case Management - 15-16/06
 
MELBOURNE
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 18/05, 29/06
Communication Skills II - 19/05, 30/06
The Counselling Process - 25-26/05, 21-22/06
Counselling Therapies I - 22-23/06
Counselling Therapies II - 18-19/05, 08-09/06
Case Management - 15-16/06
Advanced Counselling Techniques - 02/06
Counselling Applications - 12/05
 
CDA Timetable
 
The Counselling Process - 25-26/05, 21-22/06
Communication Skills I - 18/05, 29/06
Communication Skills II - 19/05, 30/06
Counselling Therapies I - 22-23/06
Counselling Therapies II - 18-19/05, 08-09/06
Legal & Ethical Frameworks - 11/05
Case Management - 15-16/06
 
NORTHERN TERRITORY
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 11/05
Communication Skills II - 01/06
The Counselling Process - 29-30/06
Case Management - 15-16/06
Counselling Applications - 20/05
 
CDA Timetable
 
The Counselling Process - 29-30-06
Communication Skills I - 11/05
Communication Skills II - 01/06
Counselling Applications - 20/05
 
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 29/06
Communication Skills II - 30/06
The Counselling Process - 01-02/06
Counselling Therapies I - 15-16/06
Counselling Therapies II - 18-19/05
Case Management - 25-26/05
Advanced Counselling Techniques - 23/06
 
CDA Timetable
 
The Counselling Process - 01-02/06
Communication Skills I - 29/06
Communication Skills II - 30/06
Counselling Therapies I - 15-16/06
Counselling Therapies II - 18-19/05
Family Therapy - 22/06
Case Management - 25-26/05
 
SUNSHINE COAST
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 18/05
Communication Skills II - 22/06
Counselling Therapies II - 24-25/05
 
CDA Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 18/05
Communication Skills II - 22/06
Counselling Therapies II - 24-25/05
Legal & Ethical Frameworks - 14/06
Family Therapy - 21/06
 
SYDNEY
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 20/05, 22/06
Communication Skills II - 21/05, 29/06
The Counselling Process - 17-18/05, 20-21/06
Counselling Therapies I - 10-11/05, 19-20/06
Counselling Therapies II - 24-25/06
 
CDA Timetable
 
The Counselling Process - 17-18/05, 20-21/06
Communication Skills I - 20/05, 22/06
Communication Skills II - 21/05, 29/06
Counselling Therapies I - 10-11/05, 19-20/06
Counselling Therapies II - 24-25/06
 
TASMANIA
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills II - 02/06
The Counselling Process - 29-30/06
Counselling Therapies I - 29-30/06
Case Management - 15-16/06
Counselling Applications - 19/05
 
CDA Timetable
 
The Counselling Process - 29-30/06
Communication Skills II - 02/06
Counselling Therapies I - 29-30/06
Case Management - 15-16/06
 
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
 
DPCD Timetable
 
Communication Skills I - 25/05, 22/06
Communication Skills II - 26/05, 23/06
The Counselling Process - 11-12/05, 15-16/06
Counselling Therapies I - 08-09/06
Case Management - 18-19/05
 
CDA Timetable
 
The Counselling Process - 11-12/05, 15-16/06
Communication Skills I - 25/05, 22/06
Communication Skills II - 26/05, 23/06
Counselling Therapies I - 08-09/06
Legal & Ethical Frameworks - 01/06
Case Management - 18-19/05
 
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