https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/education.html The link takes you directly

https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/education.html
The link takes you directly to the “overview” of Project Implicit. This project offers the Implicit Association Test (IAT), which measures attitudes and beliefs that people may be unwilling or unable to report. The IAT will provide you with some valuable information to for your self-assessment and reflection assignment.
While you are only required to take three of the individual IAT’s for your assignment, you are free to browse through them all and take as many as you like. In particular, carefully review the overview, the Ethical Considerations tab and the FAQ section.
Then, review the attached informed consent letter regarding the use of the IAT in this course.
When you are ready to take the IAT, click on the “Take the Test” tab. Read the information there and then click on “I wish to proceed.” Choose three of the individual assessments to take for your assignment. Make sure to take notes and save your results for use while reflecting and composing your assignment.
Instructions
1. Choose THREE of the IAT’s to take to measure your attitudes and beliefs. (You are free to take any or all of the tests, but you are only required to write about three of them.)
2. Carefully review your results of the three IAT’s. Reflect and make connections to how these results may impact how you approach the counseling role.
3. You may or may not feel that the results were accurate, and that is ok! Think about why you agree or disagree with the results. These assessments are just meant to provide you with a place to “start” in your self-assessment so that you can begin reflecting and making connections to the counseling role. For this assignment, these assessments are only used as educational tools to begin the discussion about developing awareness of implicit preferences, and the results are not necessarily indicative of your current or future behavior but rather your implicit associations. The goal here is to start the process of self-assessment and reflection, not to use results to make significant decisions about yourself or others. Consider your reaction to the results and any knowledge you gained from participating in the assessments.
1. Begin by reflecting on your life and identifying the relationships and events that have made an impact on who you are as a person and how you might approach the counselor role. You may also consider your cultural background, family dynamics, personal values, education, and career experiences. Then make connections between these life experiences, relationships, and values and who you have become (are becoming, will become in the future). How have these elements impacted who you are now and how you engage with others, approach situations, etc.?
2. Choose THREE significant events/experiences or relationships you feel have had the most impact on you and how you may approach counseling situations to discuss in your paper.
Examples to consider:
If you were sexually abused as a child, how will that affect your ability to counsel children in the same situation? Will it bring up too much or make you uncomfortable to work with them? Will you need to plan for self-care in those situations even if you feel you will be able to counsel effectively?
Consider the experience of having a child. Did becoming a parent impact you in a way that may change the way you approach working in the counseling setting?
Consider your social and cultural background. Does your personal background affect your values and how you might approach counseling with diverse populations?
Can you make any connections between these significant events/experiences or relationships and your IAT results? And/OR can you make any connections between these significant events/experiences or relationships and the values, beliefs, and attitudes you hold or behaviors you engage in or avoid?
1. Consider the types of counseling situations you may be presented with in your future role.
Are there any topics, populations, or situations that might be difficult for you to effectively counsel or that have the potential to lead to countertransference?
When might your personal values be inconsistent with your student/client or discriminatory in nature?
Reflect back on the information you gained from the IAT’s and your self-reflection. Considering those elements, could there be counseling situations that may require referral or supervision? Any in which you may have to plan for increased self-care?
2. Really reflect here–our goal is not for you to “prove” that you can counsel effectively in every situation but rather that you can acknowledge any situations that might be challenging, might require referral or additional supervision, or might require additional self-care. Reflect on the resources related to serving diverse populations.
3. After considering the types of counseling situations you may be presented with in your future role and applying your assessment of your own personal values, attitudes, experiences, etc., discuss the importance of awareness of and avoiding imposing your own values, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors to respect the diversity of your students/clients.
Writing the Paper
1. Your paper should emphasize these main elements:
A discussion of your experience with the IAT’s and results from each assessment. Include the name of each IAT and your reaction to your results. It should be clear through your writing that you engaged in the assessments.
A discussion of three significant events/experiences or relationships you feel had the most impact on you.
Clear connections between your experience with and results of the IAT’s, the significant events or relationships you chose, and the role of the counselor. How might your attitudes, beliefs, and significant events and/or relationships impact how you approach counseling situations?
Reflect on the resources related to serving diverse populations. After considering the types of counseling situations you may be presented with in your future role and applying your reflection of your own personal values, attitudes, experiences, etc., discuss the importance of awareness of and avoiding imposing your own values, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors to respect the diversity of your students/clients.
A clear emphasis on how the IAT info and your life events/relationships connect to the counseling role should be evident.
A discussion of any topics, populations, or situations that might be difficult for you to effectively counsel. Could there be counseling situations in which you may have to plan for self-care or require referral or supervision? Be specific.
Include a conclusion paragraph summarizing all that has been discussed as it relates to your future role.

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