A report of a counselling internship, with a report of an intern's skills evaluation using Gerard Egan's counselling model

Dalton, Benny J. (1984) A report of a counselling internship, with a report of an intern's skills evaluation using Gerard Egan's counselling model. Masters thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

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Abstract

This report contains two parts. The first describes an internship of twelve weeks which was completed in the Counselling Centre of Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. The second is the report on a study completed as a part of the internship. -- Part one includes a detailed description of the internship, including its rationale and a list of the goals the intern set out to realize. Also included is a description of the nature of the supervision offered and a listing of the specific activities of the intern. The internship setting is described. A discussion of the degree to which the various goals were met is also included. -- Part two describes a research study aimed at identification of counsellor/client responses in terms of Gerard Egan's counselling model. It describes a method of evaluation of these responses and how these responses indicate movement through the stages of this model. Results indicate that the intern was able to accurately identify counselling stages in terms of Egan's model. With the use of expert evaluations, significant consensus was reached on identification of stages, thus lending credibility to intern evaluations. This study demonstrates an effective method for conducting process research.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
URI: http://research.library.mun.ca/id/eprint/7854
Item ID: 7854
Additional Information: Bibliography: leaves 44-45.
Department(s): Education, Faculty of
Date: 1984
Date Type: Submission
Library of Congress Subject Heading: Counseling; Counselors

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