Historically, the counselling profession has been proactive in growing and adapting theoretical approaches and new methods to keep up to date with the ever changing world. A more recent example is their research and application of multi-cultural counselling. This was a huge development for the profession as it finally allowed counsellors to receive specialised training… Read More Globalising the Counselling Profession: Why it is and will continue to be a success
A significant implication of media convergence and the greater ease of access to multiple media platforms is the increased amount of audience participation (Flew, 2008). The creation of interactive social media platforms, and the reduced barriers around them have allowed the consumer audiences to have the freedom to actively participate; whether it be by commenting… Read More The future of Counselling within a Participatory Media Culture
We as a society are experiencing a revolutionary, technological shift and with that, the birth of digital capitalism. Professor Jeffery Brand offered a simple definition for digital capitalism which is that “digital capitalism is business in the information and knowledge economy” (2015). The shift into and the creation of digital capitalism was brought on by… Read More The Knowledge Workers guide to surviving Digital Capitalism.