PSYC 388/2011: Introduction to Counselling Report a Broken Link

Psychology 388: Introduction to Counselling offers a broad survey of the field of counselling. This survey includes an introduction to the foundational skills and processes involved in counselling relationships.

Required Readings

Reading File 1


Unit 1
Hayduk, P. & Jewell, L. (2010). Counselling in Canada: History and trends. Athabasca, AB: Centre for Psychology, Athabasca University.

(This article is downloadable only.)

Reading File 2


Unit 2
Hayduk, P. & Jewell, L. (2010). Personal and professional aspects of counselling. Athabasca, AB: Centre for Psychology, Athabasca University.

(This article is downloadable only.)

Reading File 3


Unit 3
Konrad, S. (2010). Counselling ethically and legally in Canada. Athabasca, AB: Centre for Psychology, Athabasca University.

(This article is downloadable only.)

Reading File 4


Unit 4
Dimirsky, M. & Brandes, B. (2010). The importance of an understanding of culture to successful counselling. Athabasca, AB: Centre for Psychology, Athabasca University.

(This article is downloadable only.)

Supplementary Readings

Reading File 5


Locate the “Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists” in the list of CPA Publications.
http://www.cpa.ca/membership/membershipbenefitsandservices/cpapublications/

Reading File 6


http://www.ccpa-accp.ca/en/resources/codeofethics/