MOL – Method of Levels
- 15 Lessons
- Course Certificate
- Evaluation Survey
Course start date: January 9, 2023
Enrollment last date: January 8, 2023
Place Availability: Not Available
This course is no longer available. Please contact Prof. Timothy Carey for any enquiry.
Welcome to this introductory training in the Method of Levels (MOL). I’m tremendously excited to be offering this training in an online, asynchronous format. The training is based on face-to-face workshops I’ve developed and delivered. I’ve provided training from a few hours to several days over many years to different groups of people in different countries. For me, MOL and the theory it is based on, Perceptual Control Theory (PCT), offer a genuinely new approach to understanding psychological distress and how we might best provide support and assistance.
You’ll notice in the video for the first section (Outline and Introduction) that I had originally intended to offer this course over a 1-week period anticipating that it would take about 10 hours to complete. Once I had finished developing the course, however, I spent time estimating how long it might take to work through the 15 different sections. With all of the material I have in mind, I think 20 hours is a more realistic timeframe, so I’ll keep the course open for 2 weeks.
I’m really excited that you’ve enrolled in the course and have offered me the privilege of helping you to learn more about MOL and PCT. I really hope you have a wonderful adventure.
MOL Online Training Course Progression
Working through the course is very easy. There are 15 sections to the course.
Each section has a video, one or more readings, and some learning and reflection activities (LRAs).
The LRAs mostly involve answering questions related to the material in that section. In some sections there are other tasks such as visiting another website and accessing the material there. In addition to answering the questions I pose it would also be excellent if you responded to other participants’ comments. Creating a conversation within the group would be wonderful.
I’ve provided pdf copies of the slides from the videos in each of the sections.
Your job is to:
- Watch the video for the section.
- Read the assigned readings for that section.
- Complete the LRA.
At the end of Section 15 there is a brief evaluation survey to complete and then a Certificate of Completion will be provided.