ORGANISATIONAL SUPERVISION AND CONSULTATION - INTEGRATIVE APPROACHES - 2017/8
Module code: PSYM080
TIBBLES P Dr (Psychology)
Number of Credits
FHEQ Level 7
Module cap (Maximum number of students)
Overall student workload
Independent Study Hours: 121
Lecture Hours: 29
|Assessment type||Unit of assessment||Weighting|
|Coursework||PORTFOLIO OF PRACTICE IN AN ORGANISATION||50|
|Coursework||AUDIO-VISUAL RECORDING WITH DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT (MAX 1500 WORDS)||50|
Prerequisites / Co-requisites
At least one of the following three: A practitioner psychologist (clinical, counselling, educational, occupational, health, forensic) eligible to be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and an intermediate training in at least two psychological models. A qualified psychotherapist or counsellor with an integrative training eligible to be registered with the UKCP or BACP. Qualification in a relevant profession with training in psychology at an undergraduate and/or postgraduate level (teaching, medicine, nursing, human resources, social work, occupational therapy) and an intermediate training in at least two psychological models. All those following the integrative pathway should be qualified professionals with two years post-qualification experience as supervisors and consultants and who as part of their employment will be able to use an integrative approach when consulting to organisations.
This core module aims to support the development of the skills and competencies needed when offering organisational supervision, consultation, coaching and mentoring using at least two psychotherapeutic models and also have the generic skills needed when consulting to an organisation. There will thus be three main thrusts to this module: firstly the development of an integrated understanding of the functioning of the organisation as a whole and of its constituent parts; secondly a capacity to intervene at an individual level using mentoring and coaching skills and competencies to promote individual change; finally the capacity to facilitate new ways of thinking in order to promote change within an organisation.
This module can be purchased as an independent CPD module.
Integrate specific preferred psychotherapeutic models and interventions, and combine these to develop a personal approach to supervising, consulting, coaching and mentoring.
Develop skills and competencies based on integrating specific psychotherapeutic models to inform and direct coaching and mentoring practice, and to provide a framework with which to negotiate, sustain and plan with clients’ improvements and developments in their professional work and that of others within their organisations.
Have the skills and competencies needed to be able to develop a contract with clients in order to give advice, guidance, and facilitate personal and organisational goal setting, and in turn respond to feedback from clients, and evaluate the outcome of coaching and mentoring intervention.
Are aware of the importance of planning and developing a professional relationship with clients, the potential of such relationships and how to maintain it and set boundaries within an ethically based framework.
Are self-reflective in their practice and aware of their on-going personal and professional development needs in relation to their roles as supervisors/consultants/coaches and mentors.
C - Cognitive/analytical
K - Subject knowledge
T - Transferable skills
P - Professional/Practical skills
1. The student supervisors/consultants will undertake an organisational project based on the integration of two psychotherapeutic models with the primary objective of developing a coaching/mentoring relationship with senior staff in order to provide a more facilitative environment within the organisation.
2. The student supervisor will present at least two audio-visual recordings of their coaching/mentoring practice
3. Feedback, guidance and advice on organisational practice from course peers and staff members.
4. Student supervisors/consultants will meet regularly at the University for teaching of theoretical concepts, consolidating theory-practice links, micro-skills training, exploration of ethical dilemmas, and supervision of practice.
5. Each student supervisor/consultant will be part of an e-discussion group and a peer supervision group.
Methods of Teaching / Learning
A mix of experiential and didactic methods, to include: small group work, experiential workshops, micro-skills teaching; simulations, seminars, role plays, and review of audio-visual recordings. SurreyLearn will be used by students to access to some of this material and to join a discussion group.
The summative assessment for this module consists of:
A portfolio of practice in an organisation will be submitted at the end of Semester 1 Year 2. The portfolio should highlight the student supervisor’s/consultant’s development in their critical understanding and application of the integration of different psychotherapeutic concepts to working with professional staff. The portfolio should include records of coaching practice and include how feedback from coaching clients and also peer group supervision was critically reflected on and subsequently integrated into practice. Similarly there should be records of the consultation and advice given to peers training as coaches. Relevant log books of practice should be included. A mark of 50% or above must be obtained to pass.
At the end of Semester 1 the student will make an audio-visual recording of a coaching/mentoring session and write an accompanying descriptive account (max 1500 words). There should be a focus on critical appraisal of organisational and contextual issues for review and formative feedback from a programme staff member. A mark of 50% or above must be obtained to pass.
Formative assessment and feedback
At the beginning of Semester 1 the student will make an audio-visual recording of a coaching/mentoring session and write an accompanying descriptive account (max 1500 words). There should be a focus on critical appraisal of organisational and contextual issues for review and formative feedback from a programme staff member. Formative feedback only is given for this assignment.
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Programmes this module appears in
|Supervision and Consultation: Psychotherapeutic and Organisational Approaches PGDip||1||Core||Each unit of assessment must be passed at 50% to pass the module|
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