Introduction (no more than 150 words)
1. Core values and key theoretical concepts
1.1 Core values and key theoretical concepts of the psychodynamic approach
1.2 Core values and key theoretical concepts of the cognitive-behavioural approach
1.3 Core values and key theoretical concepts of the humanistic approach
1.4 Core values of the three approaches compared and contrasted
1.5 My values (briefly describe which approach most fits your own values and style of understanding people and their problems)
2. Describe and compare how each approach is practiced
2.1 The practice of psychodynamic therapy
2.2 The practice of cognitive-behavioural therapy
2.2 The practice of humanistic therapy
2.3 Comparison and contrast of how the three approaches are practiced
2.4 Describe the application of one technique, or theoretical understanding, of one of the three approaches to your own life. Be specific about how you have applied the technique or understanding to your own life.
3. The applicability of the psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural and humanistic approaches to the Aotearoa New Zealand context with specific focus on Maori.
3.1 Aotearoa, Maori and therapeutic psychology (here you can briefly provide a general introduction on Aotearoa and Maori. No more than 1/3 of this section).
3.2 Suitability of psychodynamic approaches to work with Maori
3.3 Suitability of cognitive-behavioural approaches to work with Maori
3.4 Comparison of the three approaches