(a) describe what is meant by the term sociometry.
(b) prepare down the strengths of peer pressure.
(c) Show the differentiation between self-concept and self- esteem.
(d) Show the differentiation between norms and values.
Peer counselling is the procedure whereby well-trained and motivated people undertake informal or organized activities with their peers (those similar to themselves in age, interests, or background).
What are the merits and drawbacks of peer counselling?
The person in the role of Counsellor does not essentially possess special training or knowledge of psychological theories–counselling is grounded in ordinary human qualities such as a capacity to listen, sensitivity to the experience of others, personal integrity, and resourcefulness in solving the difficulties that arise in everyday life.
Show, using instances from everyday life experiences, six principles (skills) other than ethical guidelines you would use to offers counselling to peers at university, workplace or community.
As with any other profession, counsellors are required and expected to act towards their clients in a manner that corresponds to the highest ethical standards.
describe four ethical guidelines which you think are more significant to you as a peer counsellor.