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iRubric: Rubric for Counseling Role Play 2

iRubric: Rubric for Counseling Role Play 2

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Rubric for Counseling Role Play 2

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Rubric Code: TX9X7W2
Students role play counseling session and demonstrate the counseling process. Use active listening skills of paraphrasing, reflections, minimal encouragers, and summarizations. Clarification only when necessary.
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Keywords: counseling, interview, active listening, counseling process
Categories: Subjects: Communication   Humanities  
Types: Presentation   Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Criteria for Interviewing Skills
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Great
5 pts
Comments
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Rapport/Relationship Building
5 pts
Poor

Interviewer never facilitated further discussion by the interviewee. Interviewer speech was difficult to hear or understand and interviewer did not pay attention to the client.
Fair

Interviewer used minimal facilitation to further discussion by the interviewee. Interviewer interrupted the interviewee and did not pay close attention to the client.
Good

Interviewer used facilitation some of the time, though awkward at times. Interviewee seemed hesitant to make more meaningful statements. Interviewer paid some attention to the Interviewee.
Great

Interviewer used facilitation well. Interviewee responded with more meaningful statements. Interviewer did not speak too fast or too slowly. Interviewer was attentive to the answers of the interviewee.
Comments


Goal Setting
5 pts
Poor

Interviewer never facilitated goal setting.
Fair

Interviewer asked at least 2 interactions to set goals with client.
Good

The Interviewer used interactions often and consistently to draw out interviewees goals.
Great

Interviewer used goal setting skills well to determine interviewee's goals in counseling. Goal setting was thorough.
Comments


Attending Skills
5 pts
Poor

The interviewer used closed uninviting posture with little to no eye contact. Their tone made little connection with client. Demonstrate lack of interest in client.
Fair

The interviewer used minimal eye contact, was limited in their use of facial expression or used too much. Appeared disinterested and lack in empathy.
Good

The interviewer showed empathy, make good eye contact, expressed themselves through appropriate facial expression and gestures much of the time.
Great

The interviewer faces directly and openly. Maintained comfortable eye contact with client. Adopts a relax posture.
Comments


Use of Reflective Statements
5 pts
Poor

The interviewer never used reflective statements to draw out interviewees feelings
Fair

Interviewer used one or more reflective statements to draw out interviewees feelings
Good

The Interviewer used reflective statements often and consistently draw out interviewees feelings
Great

The interviewer used reflective statements effectively to draw out interviewees feelings and continue the session.
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Termination/Follow Up
5 pts
Poor

Interviewer did not terminate session. Client was left dangling and wondering what's next.
Fair

Interviewer ended session very abruptly. No concrete next step was defined.
Good

Interviewer guided interviewee in closing session. Suggest and clarify next step but does not present the conclusion of the session.
Great

Interviewer set the limit of the session early on. She/He summarized the goals of the session and clarify and suggest the next step.
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