Demonstrate appropriate use of conventions and terminology, avoiding errors that hinder comprehension.

Hi we already had this practice session last weekend. We played counselor and client. I am going to give you a summary that you can add on this journal. Tracy my collegue mentioned about her problem with her business that made her overwelmed . Broke was stress out because was getting ready to move to another house, and combine work, moving , the counselor program, her dog is sick . Julia mentioned about how guilty she feels after her grandmother passed away she wish she had spent more time with her . Geanne played my client she is stress out now because she is having trouble to find a job. however she does not want a job in a retails field because she doesnt want to feel stuck on that job, I asked her how is like to feel stuck, if any other time in her life she felt stuck. I asked her what changed in her life why she want a job now? she doesnt want just to stay home anymore she wants to interact with other people I realized that I need to improve paraphrasing, my listening skills, ask key questions, improve eyes contact. Practical Application Sessions #2 – Reflective Journal Value: 15% for Practical Application Session #2 (this assignment is worth 35% of the assignment total) Due: end of Sunday of Unit 6 Note: Although for time management purposes, it is strongly recommended students submit their assignments by end of Sunday in their local time zones, submissions will be accepted, without penalty, until 3:55 a.m. Atlantic Time, on the following day. Note: Use the Sign Up for Practical Application Sessions wiki to determine specific date and time. Please note that acceptable mastery of the skills and competencies demonstrated in this assignment are critical to effective counselling. As such, you must earn a grade of B- (or 70%) or greater on all parts of the assignment to pass the course. Opportunities for resubmission will be limited as per the MACP late submission policy. All students must participate in three Practical Application Sessions. The schedule for the Practical Application Sessions are set by the class professor prior to the beginning of the course and posted at least one week before the beginning of classes. Begin signing up for the scheduled sessions on the day that the course begins. During each Practical Application Session, you will practice the skills being reviewed in class with up to three of your peers in an Online meeting session with your professor. The first Practical Application Session will occur in Unit 2, the second Practical Application Session will occur in Unit 6, and the third Practical Application Session will occur in Unit 9. You are required to attend all three sessions in full. If possible, attend during the same group for all three session. Practical Application Session will be 2.5 hours for #1, 2 hours for #2, and 3 hours for #3. Part B: Reflective Journal (35% of Assignment grade) Students will submit a reflective journal by the Sunday following each Practical Application session. Utilize the Practical Application Session Template. The following questions must be addressed in the journal: Describe your overall reactions to the information and learning experiences during the Practical Application session. What were the most important insights for you from this session? How do you envision these insights informing your work as a counsellor in training? Integrate the course and/or additional materials with your experiences in the Practical application session in all sections of the reflective Journal. What skills were most challenging for you? What do you understand about yourself and these challenges? How do you hope to work through these challenges? Identify at least two SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time- limited) goals related to your skill development as a counsellor-in-training. Write out all five parts of the SMART goal. What resources or supports will you need to tap into to support the actions that you develop and to be successful with each goal? IMPORTANT NOTES: There has been a change to the way assignments are submitted. *The Submit button will appear 72 hours before the due date for this assignment. This means that you must upload the final draft of your assignment during this 72 hour period from when the button appears and the due date passes. **Please note that you will upload ONLY your final draft of your assignment. Once you have uploaded a file your assignment will be considered done and the instructor can begin marking. ***The Submit button will be removed and no further submissions will be accepted once the due date has passed. In the event of an emergency situation preventing you from submitting within this time frame, special permission must be obtained from your instructor. Documentation substantiating emergency is required. In such a circumstance, if the extension is granted, the instructor will reopen the submission function for you on an individual basis. Please do not email your submissions to your professor, either before or after the due date; all coursework should be submitted through the online course (Moodle) Evaluation of Reflective Journal (Part B) The following grading criteria indicate those areas you should be focusing on in preparing your reflective Journals, and how the professor will weigh these components relative to one another. Your submission should be a minimum of 3 pages and maximum of 5 pages excluding title page and references. Support your writing with course material and/or additional sources. Criteria % of Assignment Grade Comments 1. Reflections address the questions and demonstrate an understanding of the Unit topics, course readings and the related subject matter. Support your point with course material and/or additional sources. Two SMART goals for making improvements in two of the skills are development. /30 2. Use of examples from the readings to contextualize ideas, support claims, and make connections between readings and the session experiences. Support your points with course material. /30 3. Demonstrate appropriate use of conventions and terminology, avoiding errors that hinder comprehension. /20 4. Use of audience-appropriate language, with regards to voice, purpose, and correct grammar and spelling. APA should be used when needed. /20 TOTAL /100 Submission status