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Ce 651 Syllabus: Diagnosis And Psychopathology Of Children And Adolescents, Jo Hittner 2015 Winona State University

Ce 651 Syllabus: Diagnosis And Psychopathology Of Children And Adolescents, Jo Hittner

Counselor Education Syllabi

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the etiology and classification of mental disorders in children and adolescents as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5). Students will learn to utilize diagnostic information to facilitate the initiation and implementation of case management strategies, treatment plan development, and therapeutic intervention with children and adolescents seeking/receiving mental health counseling services. Instructional methodology will include lectures, case studies presented in class, diagnosis and treatment planning activities using dyadic and small group activities, and other instructional modalities designed to facilitate the learning process.


Ce 652 Syllabus: Treatment Planning, Jo Hittner 2015 Winona State University

Ce 652 Syllabus: Treatment Planning, Jo Hittner

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course is designed to assist mental health counselors in designing client-centered, individualized and culturally sound treatment plans for a wide variety of clinical mental health disorders. Course content will include a strong focus on diagnosis of mental health disorders based on criteria from the DSM-5, and subsequent treatment planning and provision of clinical care along the lines of evidence based practice. Students will become familiar with evidence-based treatment as a philosophy of practice as well as interventions indicated for specific mental health disorders. Special attention will be paid designing treatment plans that focus on outcomes that reflect effective, quality …


Ce 658 Syllabus: Microskills, Masa Sato 2015 Winona State University

Ce 658 Syllabus: Microskills, Masa Sato

Counselor Education Syllabi

This is a practice course that provides a systematic approach to developing basic counseling skills. Students will have the opportunity to practice counseling microskills (e.g. rapport building, attending, paraphrasing, reflecting feeling and meaning, interpretation, modeling, role playing, etc.) on a weekly basis.


Ce 660 Syllabus: Theory And Practice, Robin Alcala Saner 2015 Winona State University

Ce 660 Syllabus: Theory And Practice, Robin Alcala Saner

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course exposes students to theories of personality development and change, theories of counseling, and counseling techniques. Students practice application of counseling theories in a laboratory setting with simulated situations. Students are encouraged to identify and develop a tentative theory of personality as it relates to an effective counseling approach. A strong emphasis is placed on the ethical standards of the counseling profession and on multicultural issues.


Ce 660 Syllabus: Counseling Theories, Mary Fawcett 2015 Winona State University

Ce 660 Syllabus: Counseling Theories, Mary Fawcett

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course exposes students to theories of personality development and change, theories of counseling, and counseling techniques. Students practice application of counseling theories in a laboratory setting with simulated situations. Students are encouraged to identify and develop a tentative theory of personality as it relates to an effective counseling approach. A strong emphasis is placed on the ethical standards of the counseling profession and on multicultural issues. Prerequisites: CE 601 - Foundations of Counseling , completion of or concurrent registration in CE 658 - Microskills and CE 660 permission of instructor. In general, students are not eligible for enrollment in …


Ce 680 Syllabus: Counseling Practicum, Mary Fawcett 2015 Winona State University

Ce 680 Syllabus: Counseling Practicum, Mary Fawcett

Counselor Education Syllabi

To enhance the counseling skills and conceptualization processes acquired through direct counseling experience, supervision and classroom interaction. The course is designed to prepare counselors for development as independent professional counselors. The evidence provided through the quality of the course requirements, demonstration of maturity, personal insight and professional presentation as appropriate to the counseling profession, will determine the course grade.


Ce 680 Syllabus: Counseling Practicum, Jo Hittner 2015 Winona State University

Ce 680 Syllabus: Counseling Practicum, Jo Hittner

Counselor Education Syllabi

To enhance the counseling skills and conceptualization processes acquired through direct counseling experience, supervision and classroom interaction. The course is designed to prepare counselors for development as independent professional counselors. The evidence provided through the quality of the course requirements, demonstration of maturity, personal insight and professional presentation as appropriate to the counseling profession, will determine the course grade.


Ce 680 Syllabus: Counseling Practicum, Jo Hittner 2015 Winona State University

Ce 680 Syllabus: Counseling Practicum, Jo Hittner

Counselor Education Syllabi

To enhance the counseling skills and conceptualization processes acquired through direct counseling experience, supervision and classroom interaction. The course is designed to prepare counselors for development as independent professional counselors. The evidence provided through the quality of the course requirements, demonstration of maturity, personal insight and professional presentation as appropriate to the counseling profession, will determine the course grade.


Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Dawnette Cigrand 2015 Winona State University

Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Dawnette Cigrand

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course provides a practical, field-based experience in a school or community setting. This experience must be arranged with supervision coordinated through the CE Internship Coordinator and an onsite supervisor. Students can earn 3 or 6 credits of internship based on the credit hours for which they are enrolled. Prerequisites: (CMHC) CE 601, 615, 630, 633, 640, 650/651, 652, 658, 660, and 680 with a letter grade of B or better. (School) CE 601, 615, 633, 635, 645, 658, 660, 680 with a letter grade of B or better.


Ce 690 Syllabus: Counseling Internship, Joel Filmore 2015 Winona State University

Ce 690 Syllabus: Counseling Internship, Joel Filmore

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course provides a practical, field-based experience (minimum of 600 hours, at least 240 of which are direct service) in a school or community setting. This experience may be arranged with supervision coordinated through the CE Internship Coordinator and an on-site supervisor. A total of six (6) credits of internship work must be completed. Prerequisite: CE 680 – Counseling Practicum, with a letter grade of B or better.


Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Jo Hittner 2015 Winona State University

Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Jo Hittner

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course provides a practical, field based experience in a school or community setting. This experience may be arranged with supervision coordinated through the CE Internship Coordinator and an onsite supervisor. A total of six (6) credits of internship work must be completed. Prerequisites: CE 680 - Counseling Practicum (150 clock hours) with a letter grade of B or better. Grade


Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Masa Sato 2015 Winona State University

Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Masa Sato

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course provides a practical, field based experience in a school or community setting. This experience may be arranged with supervision coordinated through the CE Internship Coordinator and an onsite supervisor. A total of six (6) credits of internship work must be completed.


Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Masa Sato 2015 Winona State University

Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Masa Sato

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course provides a practical, field based experience in a school or community setting. This experience may be arranged with supervision coordinated through the CE Internship Coordinator and an onsite supervisor. A total of six (6) credits of internship work must be completed.


Ce 695 Syllabus: Capstone, Robin Alcala Saner 2015 Winona State University

Ce 695 Syllabus: Capstone, Robin Alcala Saner

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course structures the completion of a major capstone paper in collaboration with the student’s academic advisor, and serves as a transition from the role of student to that of professional.


A Qualitative Study Of Street Smarts Among African American Male High School Dropouts: Implications For School Counselors, Charlette Taylor 2015 University of South Carolina - Columbia

A Qualitative Study Of Street Smarts Among African American Male High School Dropouts: Implications For School Counselors, Charlette Taylor

Theses and Dissertations

This study investigates street smart African American males who dropped out of high school. Using a qualitative phenomenological design, the researcher interviewed six participants, to explore their experiences related to street smarts in school and the influences on their decision to drop out. The framework of the study is based on Robert Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence. The role of the school counselor in dropout prevention according to the American School Counselor Association’s (ASCA) National Model is presented. Themes from the data include: intelligence, self-sufficient, and support. Implications for school counselors who work in direct and indirect consultation with teachers, …


Culturally Sensitive Social Work And Mental Health Practice With The Amish, Julissa J. Coblentz Ms. 2015 The University of Akron

Culturally Sensitive Social Work And Mental Health Practice With The Amish, Julissa J. Coblentz Ms.

Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects

With the growing number of Amish in the United States today, it is important for social workers and mental health practitioners serving this population to do so in a way that is sensitive to their culture. Even though the Amish live a unique, simplistic lifestyle which enables them to focus on the things which they value such as church membership and family, occasionally, they do have mental health and social service needs. This study attempts to explore specific culturally sensitive behaviors which social workers and mental health practitioners can utilize in striving to meet these needs. The researcher compiled a …


Making Career Counseling Relevant: Enhancing Experiential Learning Using A “Flipped” Course Design, Cheryl Fulton, Laura Gonzalez 2015 Texas State University - San Marcos

Making Career Counseling Relevant: Enhancing Experiential Learning Using A “Flipped” Course Design, Cheryl Fulton, Laura Gonzalez

Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision

Because work is important to mental health, faculty who teach career development courses need strategies to engage master’s counseling students who may have low motivation for the topic. Findings from this exploratory study suggest that enhanced focus on experiential learning strategies, achieved by using a flipped classroom, may improve students’ attitudes toward career development counseling and generate confidence in performing career counseling tasks (N=58). The experiential class activities and assignments, and technology utilized for flipping the course are described. Student feedback regarding changes in their attitudes and values toward career development, and confidence in performing career counseling, is …


Victims' Perspectives Of Their Roles In Unwanted Sexual Experiences When Alcohol Is Consumed, Lindsey C. Grove 2015 University of Montana - Missoula

Victims' Perspectives Of Their Roles In Unwanted Sexual Experiences When Alcohol Is Consumed, Lindsey C. Grove

Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers

Sexual violence among college students is recognized as a serious public health concern in the United States. Among college students, sexual violence is associated with high levels of PTSD symptoms and psychological consequences (Frazier et al., 2009). For ages 18 to 25 sexual violence is the only crime that is found to occur more frequently among college students than the same age group not attending college and is at its highest rate during the first year of attendance(Baum & Klaus, 2005) Research has already uncovered increased risk of victimization for young college students including heavy alcohol consumption (Messman-Moore, Coates, Gaffey, …


Client Outcome: An Exploratory Investigation Of Multicultural Competence And The Working Alliance, Jessica Gonzalez 2015 University of Central Florida

Client Outcome: An Exploratory Investigation Of Multicultural Competence And The Working Alliance, Jessica Gonzalez

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Early termination and low retention of clients is a common problem in counseling, with between 65%-80% of clients terminating treatment before the 10th session (Garfield, 1994; Lambert, 2013). Researchers (Lampropoulous, Schneider, & Spengler, 2009; Owen, Smith, & Rodolfa, 2009) have found that predictors of early termination include client age, race, socioeconomic status, and level of perceived distress. Furthermore, racial and ethnic minorities underutilize mental health services and have low retention when engaged in services, highlighting the need for counseling professionals to empirically explore factors that may be contributing to client engagement of the counseling process. Exploration of multicultural competence and …


The Influence Of Stigma On Quality Of Life And Relationship Satisfaction For Prostate Cancer Survivors And Their Partners, Andrew Wood 2015 University of Central Florida

The Influence Of Stigma On Quality Of Life And Relationship Satisfaction For Prostate Cancer Survivors And Their Partners, Andrew Wood

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between stigma, quality of life (QoL), and relationships satisfaction for prostate cancer (PCa) survivors and their intimate and/or romantic partners. The investigator tested a theoretical model that stigma (as measured by the Social Impact Scale [SIS; Fife & Wright, 2000]) influenced QoL (as measured by the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy – Prostate [FACT-P; Esper et al., 1997] and the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy – General Population [FACT-GP; Cella et al., 1993]) and relationship satisfaction (as measured by the Couples Satisfaction Index [CSI; Funk & Rogge, 2007]) for both …


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