Transcribing a counseling session and then analyzing thetran

Transcribing a counseling session and then analyzing thetranscription are important and effective learning exercises that helpyou to understand and further improve your counseling skills. Throughoutthis counseling program, you will have several opportunities to conducta taped session for analysis.This first transcription assignment is in asimplified form; you don’t have to transcribe a session. The transcriptof the counseling session you will view is already available; you justhave to copy and paste it to your document. You need to analyze anddevelop alternative responses related to the foundational skills youhave learned.Watch the video of Carl Rogers (the videotitled ‘Client Centered Therapy’) in a live counseling session and usethe transcript of the video for this assignment. Go to website http://search.alexanderstreet.com.libproxy.edmc.ed…and login with username JohnBarry and password Kerrypast06. In the search forcontent put in PP-EP85-CP-V21. There will be a video counseling session of CarlRodgers with Peter Ann. These are the counseling skills mention so far( silence,reflective listening, reflecting content, paraphrasing, attentiveness). Tasks:In Rogers’ Tape Transcript Analysis Form template, copy and paste the counseling session transcript.Analyze Rogers’responses that demonstrate any one or more of the skills you havelearned in this class. For each of his responses, list which specificskills (including non-verbal skills) you see him implementing during thesession.If you were thecounselor, determine what you may have said or done differently.Identify the specific counseling skill and explain how you would refineit by either changing the wording of the response or selecting adifferent type of response.Discuss in a 2- to 4-pagepaper at least five things you found personally impacting, informative,and/or of general interest. Make sure to relate the learning to yourpersonal development as a counselor.Your final product will be a Microsoft Worddocument, written in APA format, and consist of approximately 2–4 pagesin length and the transcription analysis. Utilize 2–3 scholarly sourcesin your research. Your paper should be written in a clear, concise, andorganized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in the accuraterepresentation and attribution of sources; and display accuratespelling, grammar, and punctuation.