UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND CURRICULUM STUDIES
EP 206: THEORETICAL PESPECTIVE TO COUNSELLING
LECTURER: Dr. Chris Mauki. Office No. 204 (2) SISAL Building (Education)
Mr SANGA, L. (Office no. 44 COHU Building)
This course on theoretical perspective to counseling is designed to equip students with general knowledge on the origins and theories of counseling. The course introduces some major theories and concepts in counseling that will help students to develop adequate skills and practice in counseling as professionals. The course also introduces students to some ethical issues and their implications for practice.
1. To sensitize students in the field of counseling as a profession.
2. To enable students master the major concepts and theories of counseling and be able to translate them into practice.
3. To enable students select wisely workable theories of counseling in the Tanzanian context and develop their personal styles of counseling.
4. To enable students appreciate human differences and help each individual differently as a unique person.
Mode of Delivery: 30 Lecture hours and 15 Seminar hours
40% Coursework (Assignments, Tests, Presentations)
60% Final Examination
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McLeod, J. (1998). An Introduction to Counselling (2nded.) Buckingham: Open University Press.
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Sharf, R.S. (1992). Applying Career Development Theory to Counselling. California, Brooks/ Cole.
Sima, R.G. (2006): School Guidance, Counselling and Learning, In Omari, I. Educational Psychology for Teachers: Dar es Salaam: DUP.