CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
August 19 - December 13
10380 CHD 6013 G01 3 Internship R 04:00pm  05:15
    Enrollment: 2 Location: GOODIN 206 Inst: Jodi Crane
  A minimum of 300 clock hours in a supervised clinical setting that allows for a transition from an educational, student-oriented environment to a professional, clincially 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 120 hours of direct, face- to-face contact. This internship experience, i.e., 6013 - Internship, will have to be taken two (2) times to satisfy both the program and CACREP's requirement.
 
10381 CHD 6013 G02 3 Internship M 04:00pm  05:15
    Enrollment: 6 Location: GOODIN 203 Inst: Daniel Williamson
 
September 2 - December 7
10832 CHD 5063 WEB 3 Individual & Group Assessment N/A N/A  N/A
    Enrollment: 6 Location: WEB WEB CLASS Inst: Amber Hughes
  Provides an understanding of individual and group approaches to assessment and evaluation in counseling. History of assessment, statistical assessment concepts, reliability and validity, norm-referenced and criterion-reference interpretation, and ethical and legal concerns are addressed. Additional areas of focus include strategies for test selection, administration, scoring and interpretation as well as communication of test results. A variety of assessment methods is presented and their applicability to various diverse cultures is discussed.
 
10831 CHD 6163 WEB 3 Substance Abuse Treatment N/A N/A  N/A
    Enrollment: 8 Location: WEB WEB CLASS Inst: Melissa Doan
  Provides an understanding of the dynamics of drug and alcohol use and the principles of evidenced-based treatment practices associated with substance abuse disorders.
 
August 19 - October 11
10377 CHD 5093 G01 3 Professional Issues & Ethics R 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 10 Location: GOODIN 201 Inst: Daniel Williamson
  Students explore professional identity in the context of the history and philosophy of mental health counseling, as well as current issues in the profession. Students also explore professional roles, functions, and professional affiliations. Professional preparation standards, professional credentialing, licensure, and public policy issues relating to the professional counselor are examined. Students explore core areas of ACA Code of Ethics, as well as application of the code through the use of ethical decision-making models. Professionalism including professional involvement, advocacy, and ethical behavior, is emphasized. Students will be introduced to online library research.
 
10378 CHD 6033 G01 3 Eval Of Ment & Emot Status R 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 13 Location: GOODIN 206 Inst: Jennifer Williamson
  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.
 
10379 CHD 6163 G01 3 Substance Abuse Treatment M 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 24 Location: GOODIN 206 Inst: Curtis Wiseley
  Provides an understanding of the dynamics of drug and alcohol use and the principles of evidenced-based treatment practices associated with substance abuse disorders.
 
October 21 - December 13
10376 CHD 5013 G01 3 Multicultural Issues M 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 22 Location: GOODIN 206 Inst: Jennifer Williamson
  Provides an understanding of cultural and diversity related attitudes, beliefs, trends and social justice issues including individual, relationship and community intervention strategies as well as ethical and legal considerations.
 
10375 CHD 5023 G01 3 Coun Theory/Tech: Affect/Human R 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 11 Location: GOODIN 201 Inst: Jodi Crane
  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.