CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
May 11 - June 22
40218 CHD 5073 HO1 3 Psychopathology
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 12 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Jody Giles
  This course provides an exploration of mental and emotional disorders that develop during childhood and adolescence and continue to adulthood as well as sexual and gender identity disorders; eating disorders; personality disorders; impulse- control disorders; delirium, dementia, and amnesic and other cognitive disorders; and substance-related disorders. Classification of these disorders will be considered vis-a'-vis the DSM-IV-R and ICD codes. Students will be introduced to methods used in the treatment and management of mental and emotional disorders including treatment planning, record keeping, intake and referral procedures, and the use of psychopharmacological medications.
 
May 11 - August 11
40222 CHD 6011 HO1 1 Internship F 03:00pm  03:50
    Enrollment: 7 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Jason Bluemlein
  A minimum of 200 clock hours in a supervised clinical setting that allows for a transition from an educational, student-oriented environment to a professional, clinically oriented setting. During this experience, the student will receive on-site supervision from a qualified mental health professional while continuing to receive tutorial instruction on campus. Requires 80 hours of direct, face- to-face contact. This internship experience, i.e., 6011 - Internship, will have to be taken three (3) times to satisfy both the program and CACREP's requirement.
 
May 18 - June 23
40220 CHD 6283 HO1 3 Adolescent Intervention
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 20 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Jeffrey Crane
  Presents an in-depth survey of various problematic issues and behaviors associated with adolescence and diverse individual and family counseling models for the prevention, assessment, and treatment of these problems. Theoretical foundations, ethical concerns, and adolescent development are also addressed.
 
June 29 - August 10
40217 CHD 5023 HO1 3 Coun Theory/Tech: Affect/Human
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 13 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Donald Nims
  Introduces students to theories that conceptualize counseling issues, processes and interventions with an emphasis on affective and humanistic orientations. Additionally, students will become familiar with essential interviewing and counseling skills as well as ethical and legal considerations. Students will become knowledgeable about techniques associated with affective and humanistic counseling approaches through didactic instruction, experiential exercises and session evaluations.
 
40221 CHD 6033 HO1 3 Eval Of Ment & Emot Status
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 7 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Katrina Bratton
  A continuation of individual and group approaches to assessment and evaluation in counseling. A range of assessment methods is presented and their applicability to various diverse cultures is discussed. A particular focus is on the administration, scoring and interpretation of a variety of instruments used frequently by counselors as well as assessment report writing. High-risk assessment, involuntary commitment evaluation, and referral are also addressed.
 
July 6 - August 11
40219 CHD 5083 HO1 3 Research Methods
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 19 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Jahrael Burrell
  Provides students with an understanding of research methods, statistical analyses, needs assessments, and program evaluation. Will focus on understanding research methodologies (i.e., quantitative and qualitative) and how these methodologies can be used for improving counseling effectiveness. Basic statistical procedures involved in descriptive and experimental research are presented. Students will use statistical software packages to calculate descriptive and inferential statistics. Ethical and professional issues associated with research and program evaluation will also be presented.