Clinical Mental Health Counseling - Online and Distance Education

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

 

Courses

ECD 524 - Career Counseling and Development

Units: 3

Knowledge and skills needed to: [a] provide professional career counseling to individuals and [b] design, implement and evaluate career development programs for particular groups. Theories of career development and decision making; career guidance programs in educational, agency and industrial setting; career information sources and delivery systems; and assessment in career counseling.

Offered in Fall Spring Summer

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2020 Summer Term 2 2020 Fall Term

ECD 525 - Multicultural Counseling

Units: 3

Theory and practice of counseling culturally diverse clients. Client populations include African Americans, Asian-Americans, American Indians and Hispanics. Cultural assumptions, cultural values, counselor credibility, prejudice and racism in context of counseling.

Offered in Fall Spring Summer

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2020 Summer Term 1 2020 Fall Term

ECD 530 - Theories and Tech of Counseling

Units: 4

Theory, philosophy, roles, professional ethics, and techniques of counseling. Eleven major counseling approaches including behavioral, psychoanalytic, client-centered, existential, family and post-modern approaches, and related counseling strategies are discussed. Students have opportunities to practice related strategies through role-plays.

Offered in Fall and Spring

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2020 Fall Term 2021 Spring Term

ECD 536 - Introduction to Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Units: 4

Issues, functions and scope of work being done in various clinical mental health programs; overview of helping approaches with selected client populations; related professional concerns. Instruction in and design of structured group work in laboratory.

Offered in Fall and Spring

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2021 Spring Term

ECD 539 - Group Counseling

Units: 3

Theory and practice of group counseling. Theoretical positions include client-centered, behavioral and rational-emotive. Aspects of group process include group leadership, group membership, establishing and maintaining a group.

Offered in Fall Spring Summer

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2021 Spring Term

ECD 561 - Strategies for Clinical Assessment in Counseling

Units: 3

Exploration of meaning and importance of assessment in the counseling process. The utilization of counseling assessments based on legal and ethical guidelines and cultural considerations. Identify, interpret, and explain assessments in clinical, college, and school counseling settings.

Offered in Spring and Summer

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2021 Spring Term

ECD 562 - Techniques in Counseling

Units: 4

In this course students work towards mastery of counseling skills, review relevant theories, and prepare for Practicum. Students will practice counseling skills in class and spend their out of class lab hours practicing skills in partnering schools. Students will do some limited video taping of counseling sessions and receive feedback on tapes from Counselor Education doctoral students taking their supervision theory class.

Offered in Fall Only

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2020 Fall Term

ECD 575 - Multicultural Lifespan Development in Educational Context - 3 credits

ECD 590 - Special Problems In Guidance

Units: 1 - 6

For individual or group studies of one or more of major problems in guidance and personnel work. Problems selected to meet interests of individuals. Workshop procedure used whereby special projects, reports and research developed by individuals and by groups.

Offered in Fall and Spring

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ECD 642 - Practicum In Counseling

Units: 3

Student participation in individual and group counseling and consultation experiences under supervision in a school, college or agency setting. Prerequisite: 1. Completion of all ECD, PSY, and STAT courses with exception of ECD 539 Group Counseling that may be taken concurrently. [Other classes that could be taken concurrently PSY 535,582, 584, 475, 476] 2. Consent of concentration coordin

Offered in Spring Only

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2021 Spring Term

ECD 653 - Internship In Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Units: 6 - 12

A 600-hour internship for community agency counselors in agency counseling setting under supervision of qualified professional. Employment of broad repertoire of primary and secondary prevention approaches to individual and group techniques, workshop leadership skills, consultation techniques and advocacy methods. Weekly meetings with faculty and on-site supervisors.

Offered in Fall and Spring

TYPE: Internship Course

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2020 Fall Term 2021 Spring Term