Exercise to help specify or sharpen a focus(es) of how you may use counselling consisting of completing (or rating) one, two or three forms that can be re-completed (or re-rated) at regular intervals (eg every two to four meetings)

Personal Questionnaire –   or • click here (page)

A Personal Questionnaire is a measure of the 8-12 most important problems or difficulties, in your view, that you wish to change or work on in counselling in your own words from your point of view

• suggested frequency: every 2-4 meetings

To create a Personal Questionnaire –    or • click here (page)

 

Strathclyde Inventory short version:    or • click here (page)     long version:    or • click here (page)

The Strathclyde Inventory is an inventory of statements based on Carl Rogers‘ observations of directions clients move in.

• suggested frequency: every 2-4 meetings

 

‘Individuals move, I began to see, not from a fixity…through change to a new fixity… But…the more significant continuum is from fixity to changingness, from rigid structure to flow, from stasis to process.’ (Carl Rogers, ‘A Process Conception of Psychotherapy’ (1957), On Becoming A Person: A Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy (London: Constable, 1961) 131).

 

Process Continuum Scale –    or • click here (page)

The Process Continuum Scale is a scale/measure of process differences (‘fixity’, ‘rigid[ity]’ or ‘stasis’ towards one end and ‘changingness’, ‘flow’ or ‘process’ towards the other).

• suggested frequency: periodically

 

Reviewing counselling

 

Change Form –    or  click here (page)

• suggested frequency: every 12-18 meetings

 

Helpful Aspects of Therapy Form –    or • click here (page)

• suggested frequency: every 4-8 meetings

 

Post-Session Questionnaire –    or • click here (page)

• suggested frequency: every 4-8 meetings

 

Therapeutic Relationship Scale –    or • click here (page)

• suggested frequency: periodically

 

Private webpage

If you would like to create a private webpage you access with a password where you can view all of your submitted responses please fill out the boxes below. (Information on your webpage is securely electronically stored.)