Ritically evaluate the role counseling and psychotherapy theory and practice in the application of adventure therapy

i have included a discription of the class discription and a list of references.

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Generally The work reduces descriptive material to a minimum moving quickly to focus on interpretation, supported by argument and referenced texts.
Resources Uses basic texts but also makes wide use of more recent advanced texts.
Use of resources Some evidence of a critical evaluation of the value of the texts used. Discriminatory use of texts to inform the argument/discussion.
Interpretation A number of strands are balanced to arrive at a reasoned argument considering key issues. Texts are used uncritically
Referencing. Summary list is varied and comprehensive, a range of texts accurately referred to in the work.

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