Student No: 48443107
1. BRIEFLY EXPLAIN THE SCOPE OR CONTEXT OF THE ORGANIZATION.
2. WHAT ARE THE MAJOR CHALLENGES THAT THE ORGANIZATION GRAPPLE WITH?
3. TELL ME MORE ABOUT THE CHECKING IN AND OUT PROCEDURES.
4. WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU ARE NOT IN A POSITION TO HELP YOUR CLIENTS?
5. HOW OFTEN DO YOU REFER CLIENT?
6. HOW OFTEN DO YOU INTERACT WITH YOUR NETWORKING ORGANIZATIONS?
7. DO YOU SIMETIMES FEEL THREATHENED BY THESE ORGANIZATIONS ON YOUR NETWORK AND HOW DO YOU AVOID COMPETITION? WHAT ARE THE ETHICAL DILIMMAS THAT THE ORGANIZATION HAS TO WITH?
8. AS THE COUNSELLOR, HOW DO YOU DEAL WHEN CLIENTS OVERSTEP THE BOUNDARIES OF THE ETHICS?
9. WHAT IMPACT HAS CLIENTS’ STORIES ON YOU – EG DOES IT AFFECT YOU PERSONALLY, AND IF YES, HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH IT?
I have had a number of setbacks with getting an appointment with two counselors. I phoned my pastor to hear if he would be available to do the interview during our evening prayer meetings, but he could not as he leads the prayer meetings. On several occasions I spoke to our counselor, Nontokozo, but she just did not seemed eager to assist me. I finally succeeded in getting the appointment to see her on the 5th April at 14H00. The day of the interview transpired as follows:
Me: (13H55, I walked up to her office and knocked on the door, and she opened the door) Good afternoon Nontokozo (shaking her hand). How are you?
Nontokozo: Hi Maggie, I’m well. Thanks for asking. (She looked skeptical and I’m feeling like an intruder). Please come in.
Me: Thanks for taking the time to see me. (I close the door and walk over to her desk). As I explained to you, I have to do this assignment where I have to interview a counselor who does professional counseling. Since I am part of the organization, I thought that I will come to you.
Nontokozo: Ok. Right, how can I help you? (I’m still standing, waiting for her to...