SEMINAR CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH
Course level: "Graduate"
"This course integrates mental health foundations with historical, philosophical and contextual dimensions of clinical mental health counseling practice, and reviews the trends in both the knowledge and skills necessary to practice clinical mental health counseling. Additionally, this course explores current national and local issues relevant to the practice of mental health counseling. Community resources and professional networks are explored as a means of demonstrating the integration of the profession in a social context. Issues surrounding the need for ongoing professional identity development, including membership in professional organizations, are examined as a strategy for counselor involvement in advocacy processes. Students will investigate professional roles, functions, and relationships with other human services providers. Additionally, application of counseling models for diverse needs and settings, including crisis and trauma, are investigated in-depth."
Purchase of LabPaq® Hands-on Lab Kits are required for this course.
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn