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Under the project qualified counsellors who don’t fall into the categories of ‘advanced’ (aka accredited) or psychotherapists would be considered incompetent by bacp in the following areas 1/51
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Maria Albertsen Feb 2
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You’re unable to critically evaluate your own work within an ethical framework. (1.6.a.) 2/51
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You’re unable to resolve ethical dilemmas using an ethical framework (1.6.a.) 3/51
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You’re unable to resolve contradictions between different codes of ethics (1.6.b) 4/51
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You’re unable to resolve contradictions between ethical requirements and work requirements (1.b.b) 5/51
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You’re unable to take an active role in a professional community (1.10a) 6/51
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You’re unable to participate effectively in multi agency settings (1.10a) 7/51
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You’re unable to work in multi-disciplinary teams (1.10b) 8/51
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You’re unable to take an active role in the professional community locally or nationally (1.10.c) 9/51
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You’re unable to impart information, advice, instruction or professional opinion (1.10c) 10/51
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You’re unable when assessing whether to work with a client privately, to undertake a competent clinical assessment by yourself (2.1.a) You can however, collaborate with a supervisor to make this decision (2.1) 11/51
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You’re unable to assess and formulate when working with chronic and enduring mental health conditions (2.1.b) 12/51
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You’re unable to distinguish between “psychopathological” and “normal” 13/51
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You’re unable to understand the medical diagnosis of mental disorders (2.4.b) 14/51
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You’re unable to understand the impact of medication on your client (2.4.b) 15/51
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You’re unable to recognise significant mental health symptoms (2.5.a) 16/51
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You’re unable to devise or use a risk assessment strategy with your clients (2.7.a) 17/51
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You’re unable to respond to the risks associated with working online (2.10a) 18/51
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You’re unable to address issues of power in therapy (3.5.a) 19/51
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You’re unable to negotiate issues of power in the inner and outer world of the client (3.5.c) 20/51
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You’re unable to continuously reflect on and explore issues of authority in the client relationship (3.5.b) 21/51
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You’re unable to communicate about the harm caused by discriminatory practices (3.5.d) 22/51
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You’re unable to critically reflect upon the client’s process in therapy (3.8.a) 23/51
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You’re unable to recognise “alliance ruptures” 3.10a 24/51
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You’re unable to be critically aware of unconscious processes (3.10b) 25/51
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You’re unable to analyse difficulties encountered in the therapeutic process (3.12.a) 26/51
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You’re unable to find ways of making progress in those difficulties (3.12.a) 27/51
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You’re unable to process your client’s history of life events when planning to end therapy (3.13a) 28/51
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You’re unable to critically appraise a range of theories underpinning counselling practice (4.2.a) 29/51
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You’re unable to critically appraise the history of psychological ideas (4.2.b) 30/51
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You’re unable to critically appraise the cultural context or relevant social and poltical theories to inform your practice (4.2.b) 31/51
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