Walker, M., 2002. Assessing trainees in a psychodynamic context. Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal, 13 (6), pp. 42-43.
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Continuing our series on assessment, the author writes about assessing trainees in psychodynamic courses, particularly in the university sector. To date we have published articles from psychodynamic and person-centered orientations; we would welcome comment particularly from the perspectives of other models. Assessing trainees accurately and fairly is the central task of any training and one that needs to be undertaken with considerable care and attention to detail. A system that is both rigorous and transparent needs to be established so that standards are maintained and trainees are completely clear as to how this process works. Within a training course this means that before and at the point of entry to a course students, supervisors and tutors all need accurate information as to what is required, on what basis assessment is made and what rights and obligations they all have. In addition the processes and procedures that are to be followed when consensus is not possible, or where other difficulties arise, need to be provided.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Assessing trainees; Psychodynamic courses|
|Group:||School of Health and Social Care > Centre for Social Work and Social Policy|
|Deposited By:||Mr Adam Field|
|Deposited On:||29 Oct 2007|
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