For this discussion, you are to create a two-page transcript of a hypothetical counseling interaction, including the skills of reflection, paraphrase, and summarization, in order to practice adapting skills and techniques for use with children.
Imagine that you are a counselor creating a transcript from a recent session. When creating your transcript, adhere to the following:
o Choose either a child or an adolescent. You may wish to use the client you created for your background sketch in Unit 1.
o Begin by writing a one- or two-sentence narrative indicating the issue being discussed, such as concerns about schoolwork, sadness about a lost pet, or anger about getting grounded.
o Complete a counseling transcript, using the instructions below.
§ Each comment or question by a counselor must have the skill and counselor purpose or counselor intention clearly identified.
§ Use a range of skills from the list of Universal Counseling Skills, on pages 84–85, in Counseling Children.
Take a few minutes to carefully examine the example of a transcript and transcription instructions below and in the Counseling Transcript Template, linked in Resources. Then, develop your own transcript. Be sure to follow the instructions. Upload your completed transcript to the discussion.
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