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Consistently with their emphasis on the quality of the therapeutic relationship, humanistic therapies generally regard the personal development of the therapist as being at least as important as training in particular therapeutic approaches. The early training courses arising from the person-centred tradition included teaching in the provision of Rogerian therapeutic conditions (Truax & Carkhuff, 1967). As well as didactic components, training incorporated a quasi-group therapy experience in which the focus was on trainees' difficulties in their therapeutic role. Although a considerable amount of research was conducted on this training, the adequacy of the methods used in this research has been questioned (Matarazzo & Patterson, 1986).
There are two basic subsections to be considered here. The first concerns problems of self-image, self-esteem, and sexual identity. Second, the nature of the individual's personal development needs to be ascertained because it will be used to explain interpersonal conflicts.
Part of the emotion surrounding the test bias controversy stems from its association in the human mind with the troubling notion of innate, genetic inferiority. Given real differences, however, a genetic explanation is by no means inevitable. Absence of bias opens up the possibility of environmental causes, as well, and explanations span the sociopolitical spectrum. Discrimination economic disadvantage exclusion from educational opportunity, personal development, social support, practical information, and achievement-oriented values all become possible causes, if differences are real.
One emerging trend among training and development practitioners is the use of competency models to drive training curricula. A competency is a cluster of interrelated knowledge, skills, values, attitudes, or personal characteristics that are presumed to be important for successful performance on the job (Noe, 2002). In contrast to traditional job analysis, competency-modeling approaches tend to be more worker focused than task focused, more closely linked with business objectives, and more likely to generalize within an organization but not across job families (Shippman et al., 2000). Determining the competencies for a particular cluster of jobs may include a formal job analysis, but should also include an examination of emerging business strategies and a quantitative comparison of the characteristics of highly successful and less successful job incumbents (Kochanski, 1997). Once validated, an organization-specific competency model may be used to design training programs or personal...
Personal counselling or therapy is not the only path for personal development. The counsellor can also find a personal balance in relationships, sport, art, music and many other stimulating and relaxing pastimes and pleasures. A lot of these experiences are totally absorbing and therefore have the effect of stilling the mind and putting anxieties in perspective. This experience is described by runners, musicians, artists and many others who are totally engrossed in what they are doing. A more formal approach to stilling the mind would be to learn a meditative technique of mindfulness. This technique trains the mind to be in the moment, allowing intrusive thoughts to fall away. Such a skill has the additional effect of centring and grounding the individual and that can help in extremely stressful situations. These different life experiences are
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