Experiential learning methods for acquiring interpersonal skills
A wide variety of learning methods have evolved, often out of the humanistic approach to the field, that have come to be known as ‘experiential learning methods’. All of those methods focus on the student or learner being offered an experience, followed by the reflection and making sense of that experience that was described in Chapter 1. In this chapter, some of those methods are examined critically and practical suggestions are offered for their use in interpersonal skills training. The methods differ from more traditional teaching methods (which usually involve some sort of ‘telling’ on the part of the teacher). Experiential learning methods all honour the principles of experiential learning discussed in the previous chapter.
KeywordsDepression Kelly Sonal
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