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2.2b Demonstrates knowledge and application of aspirational practice guidelines

2.2c Demonstrates Awareness and Application of Ethical Decision Making

Demonstrates awareness of the importance of applying an ethical decision model to practice

2.2d. Demonstrates Ethical Conduct in Research and Practice

Displays ethical attitudes and values

3.1 Key Professional Values and Attitudes

3.1a. Demonstrates Integrity

Understands professional values; honest, responsible

3.1b Demonstrates Deportment

Understands how to conduct oneself in a professional manner

3.1c. Accountability

Accountable and reliable

3.1d Demonstrates Concern for the Welfare of Others

Demonstrates awareness of the need to uphold and protect the welfare of others

3.2 Effective Relationships with Individual, Groups, and/or Communities

3.2a Effective Interpersonal Skills

Displays interpersonal skills

3.2b. Displays Affective Skills

Displays affective skills


3.2c Displays Expressive Skills

Communicates ideas, feelings, and information clearly using verbal, nonverbal, and written skills

3.3 Self-Awareness and Reflective Practice

3.3a Displays Self-Awareness and Professional Practice

Displays basic mindfulness and self-awareness; displays basic reflectivity regarding professional practice (reflection-on-action)

3.3b. Engages in Self-Care to Assure Effective Professional Functioning

Understands the importance of self-care in effective practice; demonstrates knowledge of self-care methods; attends to self-care

3.4 Responsible Leadership

3.4a Complies with Regulations, Policies, and Procedures

Complies with regulations

3.4b. Engages in Effective Supervisory Practices and Relationships

Demonstrates straightforward, truthful, and respectful communication in supervisory relationship


EDP661 (Individual Techniques 2), and EDP652 (Counseling Theory), or equivalents, with a grade of "B" or better, or permission of the instructor. You must have

(a) Active listening skills--Egan Stage I

(b) Confrontation skills--Egan Stage II/3 Part Confrontation Model

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