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Counselling

Part I: Introduction to Counselling:-Emergence and growth of Counselling, Nature, related


fields and scope, Expectations, goals, issues, ethics and legalities, Education and training of
professional counselors, theories of Counselling(humanistic approach- Client-centered
counselling,The psychology of Abraham Maslow, Gestalt theory ,Transactional analysis,
Existential, Counselling), psychoanalytic theories-The world of the unconscious,Defence
mechanisms, The Id, Ego and the Superego, Psychoanalytic Counselling interventions
Part II: Counselling Process and Techniques: - Counselling: The process, relationship and
skills, Assessment in Counselling: Psychological testing and diagnosis, Counselling interview,
Approaches to Counselling, The individual versus group methods of Counselling
Part III: Counselling Applications: - Counselling across human life-span: A mental-health
perspective, Guidance and Counselling in the educational setting, Career guidance and
Counselling, Special areas in Counselling, Counselling skills, Counselling at work.
Part IV: Present Status of Counselling: - Evaluation in Counselling, Modern trends in
Counselling, The status of the guidance and Counselling movement in India

Coaching and Mentoring


Unit 1- Introduction to management coaching and mentoring: - Understand the concept and
purpose of management coaching and mentoring, use of coaching and mentoring as a tool in
human

resources

development,

relationship

between

coaching

and

mentoring

and

organizational objectives, difference b/w coaching and mentoring, merits and demerits.,
Unit 2- Personal development as a manager and leader: - Assessment and planning for
personal professional development plan (setting up a mentoring and coaching procedure,
coaching experienced learner-the GROW Model, resources planning, implementation and
evaluation of the personal development plan, support and promoting staff welfare.
Unit 3- Management of coaching and mentoring: - Understand the impact of coaching and
mentoring programmes on the organization, manage the implementation of coaching and
mentoring, monitoring and evaluating the operation of coaching and mentoring within an
organisation, using coaching and mentoring skills/qualities as a manager, barriers to effective
coaching and mentoring.

Unit 4- Coaching and Mentoring practice and theory :-

Understanding

the

tools

and

techniques used in coaching practice, Understand the need to develop relationships to support
coaching and mentoring practice, Understand guidelines and protocols for intervention and the
need to develop coaching interventions to meet organizational requirements .

Reading suggestions
Coaching and Mentoring - Theory and Practice
Second Editionby Bob Garvey, Paul Stokes and David Megginson, sage publication

Rogers, J. (2009) Coaching Skills A Handbook. Open University Press


Clutterbuck, D. (2004) Everyone Needs a Mentor: Fostering talent in your organisation. 4th
edition London: CIPD
Clutterbuck, D. and Ragins, B.R., (2002) Mentoring and Diversity: An International Perspective
Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann
Conway, C. (1998) Strategies for Mentoring: A Blueprint for Successful Organisational
Development,

Chichester: John Wiley

Miller, A., (2002) Mentoring students and young people: A handbook of effective practice
London: Kogan Page.
Guidance and Counselling by S Narayana Rao, Tirupati Prem Sahajpal Tata McGraw Hill
www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn

solutions-focused coaching

NLP in coaching

delivering an e-mentoring programme, The Enneagram

starting out as a coach

neuroscience and its application to coaching

coaching through dilemma and paradox

constructive coaching for change

introduction to MBTI and its use in coaching

leadership through transition coaching for collaborative action