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Programme Project Report (PPR)Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological CounsellingSchool of Vocational Studiesa) Programme’s mission & objectives:According to a survey about 20-30 million Indians are in need of some form of mental health care.The objective of the course is to provide an in depth knowledge about Clinical Psychology,Psychotherapies etc. so that after successful completion of the course, a candidate will be able to counselthe mental patient as well as help in solving the mental problems.b) Relevance of the Programme with HEI’s mission and goals:The mission of the university is to spread higher education in different parts of the state andto provide access to different skill enhancing educational programmes at affordable cost tothe disadvantaged and to provide the facility for lifelong learning to intending learners. Thisparticular course/ programme may give an opportunity to gain knowledge in the veryimportant area of psychological counselling in which we need a good number of qualifiedconsellors.c) Nature of prospective target group of learners:The pass out fresh graduates may join this course to increase their employability as well foropening of their own consultancy. The qualified doctors may also take this course to increasetheir knowledge in this particular domain.d) Appropriateness of programme to be conducted in open and distance learning modeto acquire skills and competenceThe PG Diploma is a tailor-made programme specifically designed for the students of appliedpsychology and qualified doctors to gain their knowledge in this area. The working doctorsmay take the advantage of ODL system to increase their skills and competence in thisparticular field without disturbing their normal work schedule.e) Instructional Design:Course structure:Paper 1: Module A: Basic Psychology as related to Counseling (50)Module B: Developmental Psychology & Clinical Psychology (50)Paper 2: Module A: Neurology and Endocrinology as applied to Psychology (50)Module B: Counselling-Basic (50)Paper 3: Module A: Psychological Disorders (50)Module B: Counselling-Specific (50)Paper 4: PracticalPaper 5: Module A: Behaviour Therapies (50)Module B: Psychotherapies (50)Paper 6: Module A: Psychological Measurement (50)Module B: Non-Conventional Counselling (50)Paper 7: PracticalPaper 8: Project / DissertationFull marks: 64 credits (800)

Detailed syllabusPAPER – I: Module A)Basic Psychology as Related to counseling···Psychology: Definitions. Branches (emphasis on counselling related branches);Methods (observation, Interview, case study)Sensation, Perception, Emotion, Motivation, Memory, Intelligence.Schools of Psychology as related to Counselling.PAPER-I : Module BDevelopmental And Clinical Psychology(A) Developmental Psychology···Child Psychology – Physical, Psychological, Social and Moral Development in Child.Adolescent Psychology – Sexual maturity in boys and girls. Social maturity.Adolescent problems.Personality – Definitions, Development, Structure, Measurement.(B) Clinical Psychology···Theories of Personality and Psychopathology ofo Sigmund Freud : Founder of Psychoanalysis ando Erik EriksonSchools derived from psychoanalysis and psychology as related to counseling.A.Adler, F. Alexander, E. Berne, J. Bowlby, E. Fromm, A. Freud, K. Horney, M.Klein, C.G. Jung, H.S. Sullivan, E.L. Thorndike, B.F. Skinner, Carl. Rogers, A.Maslow, A. Meyer, K.Z. LorenzFulfillment and Frustration of motives; Conflict anxiety and defense Mechanisms.PAPER-2 :Module ANeurology And Endocrinology As Applied To Psychology(A) Neurology·········Structure and function of the neurone.Components of nervous system.Different types of nervesBrain, its different parts and functionsCerebrum, cerebellum, brain-stem and spinal cord.Mode of action of the nervous system.Somatic nervous system – Sensory and Motor systems.Limbic system – its components and function.Autonomic nervous system.

···Neural basis of different psychological functions.Sleep and its disorders.Neuroimaging and Electroencephalography(B) Endocrinology and Vitamins····Endocrine glands and their functions, Pituitary, Thyroid, Thymus, Adrenals, Pancreas,Gonads (Testis and Ovary) etc.Mental and behavioural abnormalities due to disorder of functions of endocrineglands.Personality and Hormones, Individual variations.VitaminsPAPER-2 : Module BCounselling tion. Definitions purpose.Counselling in Medicine and Psychiatry.Counselling Methods and Techniques – Information giving, Client – centredcounseling. Problem solving counseling. Cognitive-behavioural approaches.Interpersonal counseling. Psychodynamic counseling. Crisis counseling.Application of counselling to specific conditions – Stress-induced disorders.Counselling for adjustment disorders. Grief counselling. Counselling for recent andpast trauma. Prevention of psychiatric disorders. Treatment of post-traumaticdisorders. Post-natal depression.Counselling settings – Counselling in primary care. Student health, Counselling ingeneral hospital settings. Counselling in voluntary organizations. Counselling in thework places.Counselling persons with communication disorders.Counselling persons with vision impairment and hearing problem.Counselling gay men and lesbians and their families.Ethical issues.Legal issues.Treatment planning in Counselling.Why psychological testing?PAPER-3: Module APsychological Disorders··Classification of disorders.Neurotic disorders.o Anxiety disorderso Phobic disorders.o CDo PTSD

o·········Somatoform disorderso Dissociative disordersSchizophrenic disorders and paranoid disordersMood disorders.Organic mental disorders.o Acute organic syndromeso Chromic organic syndromes.Personality disorders.Drug and alcohol dependencePsychiatry and other specialties.Sexual disorders.Childhood and adolescent mental disorders.Geriatric disorders.PAPER-3: Module BCounselling – Specific·················Teaching children self-control through counseling.Counselling victims of child abuse and their families.Counselling adolescents.Counselling persons with eating disorders.Counselling college students.Marriage and marital counselingPregnancy and child birth, rearing of infant and children.Addiction CounsellingHealth Counselling.Counselling for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.Counselling for phobics and other panic victims.Counselling of HIV AIDS patients.Counselling for personality disorders.Counselling for the paraphilics.Geriatric counselling.Counselling about behaviour problems in Alzheimer’s and other organic mentalDisorders.Counselling for the problems related to death and dying.PAPER-4PRACTICAL (Psychological Testing)PAPER-5: Module ABehaviour Therapies··A brief historyLearning – Definition, theories.

····Basic Principle: Social cognitive learning theories (Bandura), Therapeutic procedures,Flooding, Systematic Desensitization, Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Therapy,Reinforcement, Extinction, Punishment, Aversion Therapy, Relaxation Training,Meditation, Modeling and Social Skills Training.Operant conditioning.Behavior therapies in specific conditions – Anxiety disorders, Panic disorders,Phobias, O C D, depression, eating disorders, obesity, headache, Insomnia, StressDisorders, and Cancer.Behaviour Therapy – in childhood disorders – Autism Conduct Disorders and ADHD.PAPER-5: Module isGestalt TherapyCBT (Cognitive Behaviour therapy)IPT (Interpersonal therapy)Brief Psychotherapies.Group psychotherapies.Supportive psychotherapyRelationship psychotherapyPsychotherapy of couples.Family therapyTherapeutic communities.PAPER-6: Module APsychological Measurement·····Quantifying individual differences througho Frequency distributiono Measures of Central tendencyo Measures of dispersionConcepts of percentile scoreCorrelationErrors of Measurement: Reliability and validitySamplingo Sampling – Definition, typeso Biased and unbiased samples.PAPER-6, Module BNon-Conventional Counselling···Evaluation of E.Q. I.Q.Ability and aptitudeCounselling a child before going to school for the first time

················Counselling a mother before her child’s going to school for the first time.Counselling a student before going to changing his/her school.Counselling a student while selecting his/her subjects at the Higher Secondary level.Counselling a student before entering technical school or college.Counselling a student while in school/collegeCounselling a student before seeking a job.Occupational counseling for selection a job.Marital counselling – premarital (selection of partner)Counselling before becoming pregnant, abortion, child birth and child rearing.Counselling before adoption of and acceptance of test tube baby.Counselling before acceptance joint family/single family.Counselling before changing residence.Counselling before preparation for retirement.Counselling before starting a business.Counselling before choosing professional practice or selecting a jobCounselling before selecting the profession of artists for drama, music and dance etc.PAPER-7PRACTICAL (Case Taking & Viva)PAPER-8PROJECT (Viva)Duration of the programme: 1-yearInstructional delivery mechanism: Print course materials (SLM) and A/V lecture throughonline. Internal faculties of the school are engaged to conduct the programs.f) Procedure for admission, curriculum transaction and evaluationAdmission: Through Admission Notification which is published in leading news papers andthrough university website. Minimum eligibility: Graduate (10 2 3) in Social Sciences (Civics/Pol. Sc./ History/ Sociology/ Geography/Physical Medicine (i.e. MBBS / BHMS /BAMS /BUMS),Education, Nursing (GNM); Course fees: Rs.18000/-;Curriculum transaction and Evaluation: Face to face counselling is arranged at the respectivestudy centre. There are two components of evaluation. Internal assessment/ homeassignment for each paper carries 20% weightage. The final term-end examination is heldon yearly basis and carries 80% weightage.g) Requirement of Laboratory support & library resources:The students may avail the library facilities at their study centres.h) Cost estimate of the programme and provisions:Estimated cost of programmeRs.23700/-(per student/learner per year)

i) Quality assurance mechanism and expected programme outcomes:NSOU has constituted the “Centre for Internal Quality Assurance (CIQA) as per UGC(Open and Distance Learning) Regulations, 2017 to ensure the delivery of high qualityprogrammes to its learners.(a) Objectives of the CIQA:· It tries to ensure quality service to the learners of the subject through developmentof good and appropriate standard Study Learning Material or SLM, integration ofmodern methods of teaching learning including usage of ICT and credibility ofevaluation procedures.· It also tries to identify the key areas in which the concerned School of theUniversity should maintain quality.· Another important function of the CIQA is to prepare Program ProjectReport(PPR) of the programs/courses being offered by the concerned School orproposed to be launched in the near future with due approval of competentauthority.(b) Function: The CIQA shall have the following functions: Organization of inter and intra Schools/ Institutional workshops, seminars on qualityrelated themes and promotion of quality circles. Documentation of the various programmes / activities of the School leading to qualityimprovement Acting as a nodal agency of the institution for quality-related activities, includingadoption and dissemination of good practices. Facilitating the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive for qualityeducation and faculty maturation to adopt the required knowledge and technology forparticipatory teaching and learning process. Arrangement for feedback responses from students, parents and other stakeholders onquality-related institutional processes. Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of the University. Development of quality culture in the University, and encourage creativity andinnovation among the faculty and staff. Record activities undertaken on quality assurance along with preparation of the PPRsand Annual Reports.This is an add-on course which help the students to increase knowledge in the domain of psychologicalproblems of a person.

Counselling Basics Counselling-Introduction. Definitions purpose. Counselling in Medicine and Psychiatry. Counselling Methods and Techniques – Information giving, Client – centred counseling. Problem solving counseling. Cognitive-behavioural approaches. Interpersonal counseling. Psychodynamic counseling. Crisis counseling.

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