CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
January 17 - February 28
30531 CHD 5093 HO1 3 Professional Issues & Ethics
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 11 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Joni Caldwell
  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.
 
January 17 - April 26
30532 CHD 6003 HO1 3 Practicum F 03:00pm  03:50
    Enrollment: 8 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Jason Bluemlein
  Provides clinical instruction through supervised placement within the student's program of study while completing one 150 on-site clock hours. Particular attention is given to the development of individual counseling and group skills under supervision through placement on-site in a professional clincial setting. Requires 60 hours of direct, face-to-face contact. Students receive one hour per week of individual supervision in the clincial setting and one-and- a-half hours per week group supervision provided by program faculty.
 
January 24 - March 1
30530 CHD 5073 HO1 3 Psychopathology
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 18 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Jason Bluemlein
  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.
 
March 14 - April 26
30529 CHD 6613 HO1 3 Systemic Family Therapy
F 04:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  04:00
    Enrollment: 16 Location: HOCC HOPKINSVIL Inst: Daniel Romero
  Introduction to the historical proponents of systemic and feminist thought. Focuses on the basic systemic models and theories including communication (MRI) and (Satir), intergenerational (Bowen), strategic (Haley), and structural (Minuchin). An overview of contemporary theories will also be presented especially solution-focused and brief models of intervention. New developments and research in the field will be highlighted.