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Module 8 Assessment

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Part A: Module reflection activity 

Choose one meaningful experience from this module and create an image and a written reflection demonstrating what you have gained that brings you closer to becoming a community art counsellor. 

Please keep one copy in your reflective journal and take a photo and upload to your student dashboard.

 

Part B: Module assessment 

This assignment is to be completed in your own time and submitted on or before the given due date. 

Please answer ALL questions.

Always use YOUR OWN WORDS – copying or paraphrasing from any source (even the manual) is plagiarism.

Submission of this assessment is a declaration that this is your own work.

 

THEORY 

Identify and give a detailed explanation of the six (6) stages of bereavement. (18 marks)

Explain the use of a Glitter Globe as a container in relation to loss or bereavement. (5 marks)

Identify five (5) different reactions that endings may have for a client. (5 marks)

Identify three (3) skills in the Ending Phase and provide an example of each. (6 marks)

PRACTICAL APPLICATION 

  1. Discuss some of the emotional challenges that you experienced when using your non-dominant hand in relation to someone with a disability.
  2. Give your own opinion on how your emotional experience might relate to someone who is visually impaired.

Choose and describe one of the following activities that you might use for clients who has experienced loss or bereavement:

  • Kintsugi
  • Who am I now? (After loss)

Discuss five (5) key benefits that, in your own opinion, the group has derived from doing this process.

Reflect on how you would prepare a group for endings. In your reflection, focus on the following:

  1. Your own experience of endings.
  2. The way that you are dealing with (or avoiding) endings.
  3. What you as a community art counsellor could do to help your groups to negotiate endings.

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