Arizona State University Social Science Essay

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Common Factors Role Play (50 points)

STEP 1:

Identify a fellow classmate to conduct a “role play” session demonstrating common factors (relationship building skills).

We have set up a discussion board where you can post and times your available to help find a partner in this class.

The role play will be about 10 minutes and will be video recorded. If you choose a fellow student you can conduct the interview on Zoom (or another similar platform).

Our preference is that you do this role-play with a fellow student in the class. However, you are unable to connect with a fellow student over zoom (or a similar platform) please contact the Lead Instructor to discuss possible options.

STEP 2:

Conduct a video recorded session with a role play partner. This role play will reflect at least your second session with your “client”. The assessment and intake have previously been done. This interview will focus on discussing a minor life transition or issue that you create before starting the role play. Do NOT use a real-life event.

Some suggestions would include: leaving childhood home as a young adult, graduation from school/training in preparation for full time adulthood, entering or exiting the military, getting married, moving in with a romantic partner, birth of a child, declining health of a parent, return to childhood home as an adult, moving out of state from childhood home, change of job {could be a promotion or a new company}, retirement, birth of grandchild, selling home to move into assisted living.

Right now, COVID is too real for many people. Please do NOT use this as your life event.

During the session apply the common factors that have been shown to enhance practitioner effectiveness discussed in Module 2.

Record 10 minutes of your session with a focus on the common factors, while addressing the topic you have chosen and ensuring that your skills are reflective of and respectful of the client’s demographics. You do not need to “solve” the issue they are presenting; you only have 10 minutes. We are hoping to see you demonstrate the Humanistic elements discussed in Module 2.

STEP 3:

Ask the interviewee to complete the Session Rating Scale (SRS) to provide feedback about your implementation of the skills (see the form attached).

STEP 4:

Use the Common Factors – Relationship Skills Checklist to self-evaluate your own skills. You may want to review the video to accurately self-evaluate the skills you demonstrated.

Please Note: You do not have to be perfect in your interview. If you feel you made a “mistake” or “missed and opportunity” using the Common Factors – Relationship Skills Checklist is your opportunity to self-reflect and learn from those opportunities.

Upload both forms (Common Factors – Relationship Skills Checklist and Session Rating Scale).

STEP 5:

  1. Write a short paragraph(s):
    1. Explaining the back story for your role play “client” and what led them to getting services now. (Be sure to address all of the areas listed below)
      • Demographics:
      • Name (include at least a first name for your client)
      • Age (you do not need a date of birth)
      • Gender (and preferred gender pronouns)
      • Spiritual beliefs (This could be “none”, but it needs to be asked during your interview)
      • Culture (Values and beliefs that help define client. This could be ethnicity, race and/or other groups or subgroups with which the client identifies.)
      • Home environment (The type of dwelling where they reside, who else may live with them, their perceived safety of the area, their satisfaction with their living situation)
    2. Reason for services now
      • We are suggesting that you choose a life transition so that you do not have overwhelming circumstances to deal with for your interview. Do NOT use a real-life event.
      • Some suggestions would include: leaving childhood home as a young adult, graduation from school/training in preparation for full time adulthood, entering or exiting the military, getting married, moving in with a romantic partner, birth of a child, declining health of a parent, return to childhood home as an adult, moving out of state from childhood home, change of job {could be a promotion or a new company}, retirement, birth of grandchild, selling home to move into assisted living.
  • Right now, COVID is too real for many people. Please do NOT use this as your life event.

Remember to attach the SRS from your “client” and the Common Factors – Relationship Skills Checklist. (Directions for how to upload your video can be found in the Module)

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