Application: Demonstrating Skills (video submission plus 1- to 2-page paper) Malcolm Gladwell noted in his book Outliers: The Story of Success (2008) that in order to become proficient at any one thing, an individual must practice 10,000 hours. At that point, she or he might be considered an expert. This week marks your first hour on the way to your 10,000 in gaining proficiency as a therapist. Although demonstrating skills to be reviewed by your Instructor might create some anxiety or apprehension, expert feedback is vital to your development of skills and abilities. Every therapist at some point in her or his training and education has gone through this same ritual. Start slow, add a skill or two each time you tape a mock session, and continue to build upon and practice your skills. You will, over time, be amazed at your improvement. Reference: Gladwell, M. (2008). Outliers: The story of success. New York, NY: Little, Brown. The assignment (video submission plus a 1- to 2-page paper) •Create a 10-minute video in which you demonstrate at least three of the following skills with a ” client”: confrontation, disputing beliefs, interpretation, providing information, giving feedback, silence, self-disclosure, and reflection of meaning. •Do NOT use children or anyone who cannot give consent (e.g., adult with severe developmental disabilities). •Submit a 1- to 2-page written narrative explaining where and how you demonstrated each of the microskills. Please refer to the Kaltura Media Uploader area in the navigation bar on the left for information about recording and uploading media to the course. Submit a Video/Voice Release Agreement (located on the Kaltura Media Uploader area) for each person who appears in this video. You may email the video release to your instructor or attach it to your paper.

 
 

Application: Demonstrating Skills (video submission plus 1- to 2-page paper)

Malcolm Gladwell noted in his book Outliers: The Story of Success (2008) that in order to become proficient at any one thing, an individual must practice 10,000 hours. At that point, she or he might be considered an expert.

This week marks your first hour on the way to your 10,000 in gaining proficiency as a therapist. Although demonstrating skills to be reviewed by your Instructor might create some anxiety or apprehension, expert feedback is vital to your development of skills and abilities. Every therapist at some point in her or his training and education has gone through this same ritual. Start slow, add a skill or two each time you tape a mock session, and continue to build upon and practice your skills. You will, over time, be amazed at your improvement.

Reference: Gladwell, M. (2008). Outliers: The story of success. New York, NY: Little, Brown.

The assignment (video submission plus a 1- to 2-page paper) •Create a 10-minute video in which you demonstrate at least three of the following skills with a ” client”: confrontation, disputing beliefs, interpretation, providing information, giving feedback, silence, self-disclosure, and reflection of meaning. •Do NOT use children or anyone who cannot give consent (e.g., adult with severe developmental disabilities). •Submit a 1- to 2-page written narrative explaining where and how you demonstrated each of the microskills.

Please refer to the Kaltura Media Uploader area in the navigation bar on the left for information about recording and uploading media to the course.

Submit a Video/Voice Release Agreement (located on the Kaltura Media Uploader area) for each person who appears in this video. You may email the video release to your instructor or attach it to your paper.

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