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According to Elbow, what is the believing game vs. the doubting game?

Believing game-students believe in, others’ ideas seriously before challenging them.
Doubting game-critiquing ideas to find their flaws

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What are Methods for promoting interaction?

discussions, buzz groups, and cooperative learning

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Define a transgression of boundaries.

showing excitement for ideas and for each other

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Describe Guideline 4-Emphasize multiple perspectives

Counselors must recognize their assumptions and weigh alternatives in the moment.

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What can help counselors consider multiple perspectives?

dialectical thinking, seeking out alternate formulations of a situation and attempting to incorporate those views into decisions on how to act

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For cultural perspectives, how can a counselor educator can act as a “critical pedagogue?

helps students change their “stagnant or stereotypical views” about groups other than their own

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Describe Guideline 5—Value approximation over precision

Approximation-hearing an emerging client story and formulating a response in the moment.

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How can counselors help students live with approximations?

Pause
Speak in measured tones

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What are some ways to encourage approximation?

Brainstorming
Show respect for the partially formed ideas

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Describe Guideline 6-conflict and dialectic are the norm. Encourage their expression

at least temporarily, live in the discomfort of conflict.
Greek agon-notion of agon, struggle or contest.

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How can counselors encourage students to embrace conflict and dialectic as a norm?

1. Ask students to assess their learned ways of dealing with, or avoiding, conflict
2. Model comfort with conflict.
3. Invite counterviews on any issue in a class.

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What are 3 dangers of categorical thinking?

reification
totalizing
bifurcation

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Describe Reification.

treating the words as if they represent a real thing.
EX: that patient is a borderline

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Describe Totalizing.

seeing the whole person or behavior as fitting into a category.

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Describe Bifurcation.

Treating phenomena in either/or fashion.

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How might counselors counter reification of socially constructed categories of DSM?

Use the phrase diagnostic impression, which acknowledges the subjectivity and approximation

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Describe Guideline 8—Show commitment in the face of doubt

Taking action, often under uncertain conditions.

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Guideline 9—Encourage intrapersonal process awareness, or metacognition

Step back from experience and reflect on and evaluate it.

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What does Metacognition allow counselors to recognize?

countertransference and projections.

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What is the Interpersonal Process Recall (IPR) method?

Trainees identify their cognitions and feelings at any one point in a session