Applied Psychology Course Selection Instructions Spring 2010

 

All Applied Psychology Students
Students should be especially careful when preparing to register. Please read carefully the instructions for your year and register accordingly. If your class sections are assigned by your department, they will be provided to you prior to registration.

All students should refer to their state licensing regulations for specific course or internship requirements. Some states (Vermont, for example) specify all or most educational requirements be met within the degree program.

In considering whether to register for an elective course, students need to be mindful of the semester credit limits, which are listed below with each program’s registration instructions.

Courses Marked “Restricted”

Students should also be mindful of the process involved in signing up for courses marked “Restricted”. If a student is not a member of the group of people to whom a course is restricted, s/he may access registration to the course by obtaining written permission from the director of the program in which the course is offered. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.

Drop/Add

The drop/add deadline for Spring 2010 semester long courses is Friday, January 29, 2010.

If you entered, your cohort is:

  • Fall 2009/Spring 2010 – CMHC I, CMHC-SAAC I
  • Fall 2008/Spring 2009 – CMHC II, CMHC-SAAC II
  • Fall 2007/Spring 2008 – CMHC III, CMHC-SAAC III

All Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling Students (CMHC and CMHC-SAAC)

Required weekend courses – use elective credit allowance:

CMHC
PY 572 Theories of Addiction
PYB 523 Psychopharmacology for Counselors

(CMHC) SAAC
PYB 523 Psychopharmacology for Counselors
PY 563 Psychopharmacology of Substance Abuse (Offered Spring semester only).
PYB 523Psychopharmacology for Counselors or its equivalent is a prerequisite for PY 563.

Other weekend courses are elective.


Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Students (second semester)

Please register for:

In addition register for one of the advanced courses in the ASD program:

Please Note: ASD students who entered in Fall 2009 may enroll for a maximum of 6 credits in the Spring 2010 semester.


Spring 2010 Entering Clinical Mental Health Counseling Students (CMHC I) and Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling Students (CMHC-SAAC I)

Please register for:

Please Note: Spring 2010 entering CMHC and CMHC-SAAC students may enroll for a maximum of 10 credits in the Spring 2010 semester. Students must have written permission of the Program Director to exceed this maximum. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.


Continuing Clinical Mental Health Counseling I Students (CMHC I) and Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling I Students (CMHC-SAAC I) students who entered Fall 2009

Please register for:

Please Note: CHMC I and CMHC-SAAC I students who entered Fall 2009 may enroll for a maximum of 8 credits in Spring 2010. Students must have written permission of the Program Director to exceed this maximum. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.


Continuing Clinical Mental Health Counseling II Students (CMHC II) & Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling II Students (CMHC-SAAC II) who entered Fall 2008 or Spring 2009

Please register for:

All students will continue in the seminar section in which they were enrolled for the Fall semester. Students should be mindful of state licensing requirements pertaining to getting hours and supervision. Elective courses are optional.

Please Note: students who entered in Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 may enroll for a maximum of 13 credits in the Spring 2010 semester. Students must have written permission of the Program Director to exceed this maximum. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.


Clinical Mental Health Counseling III Students (CMHC III) & Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling III Students (CMHC-SAAC III) who entered Fall 2007 or Spring 2008

It is our belief that students are best served by a broad course of study. A broad foundation provides for more flexible and comprehensive therapeutic knowledge and is also valuable in compiling a vita.

Students are advised to check their state licensure requirements for specific course requirements. Maine and Vermont students should be particularly careful. Massachusetts students should be mindful of specific regulations pertaining to getting hours and supervision. SAAC students are also reminded they must complete one of their two internships in substance abuse counseling.


Clinical Mental Health Counseling III Students (CMHC III)

Please register for:

Please note that all students need two (3 credit) concentration seminars or equivalent in order to graduate. An additional concentration seminar is optional unless needed for licensure. Check state licensure regulations for specific coursework requirements. Some states require meeting all coursework requirements within your degree program. If you may wish to be licensed in several states (particularly Vermont and Maine) please refer to their rules and regulations for licensure, prior to registering. You may need to add additional coursework beyond our requirements. All students will continue in the same professional seminar in which they were enrolled in the fall.

CMHC III students who have not taken Psychopharmacology for Counselors (PYB 523) and Theories of Addiction (PY 572) must do so now in order to graduate.


Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling III Students (CMHC-SAAC III)

Please register for:

Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling III students who have not taken PY 563 Psychopharmacology of Substance Abuse and PYB 523 Psychopharmacology for Counselors must do so now in order to graduate.

All students will continue in the professional seminar in which they were enrolled for the Fall semester.

Please Note: CMHC III and CMHC-SAAC III students may enroll for a maximum of 13 credits in the spring 2010 semester. Students must have written permission of the Program Director to exceed this maximum. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.


Dance Movement Therapy I

Please register for:

Please Note: DMT I students who entered Fall 2009 may register for a maximum of 15 credits in the Spring 2010 semester. Students must have written permission of the Program Director to exceed this maximum. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.


Dance/Movement Therapy II students

Please register for:

In addition, you have 3 credits of electives that may be applied to (PYI 552) Career & Lifestyle Counseling or another elective course.
Students are advised to check their State licensure regulations for specific coursework requirements.
Please Note: Second year students may enroll for a maximum of 15 credits in the spring 2010 semester. Students must have written permission of the Program Director to exceed this maximum. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.


Marriage and Family Therapy MA I

Please register for:

Please Note: MFT I students may enroll for a maximum of 14 credits in the Spring 2009 semester. Students must have permission of the Program Director to exceed this maximum. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.


Marriage and Family Therapy MA II

Please register for:

Please Note: MFT II students may enroll for a maximum of 14 credits in the spring 2010 semester. Students must have written permission of the Program Director to exceed this maximum. This authorization is to be provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch Email.


Course Schedule


ASD II Students (entered Fall 2009)

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturdays, January 16; February 6 & 27; March 20; April 10 & Sunday, May 2

PYI 545 Adv Assessment & Intervention for Speech-Language Pathologists
(Section A)

PYI 541 Adv Counseling Interventions ASD
(Section A)

PYI 546 Adv Educational Interventions ASD
(Section A)

PYI 549 Working with Severely Impaired Individuals with ASD
(Section A)

PYI 550 Positive Behavioral Support in ASD
(Section A)

Sundays, January 17 & February 7

PYI 539 Educational Interventions for ASD II
(Sections A & B)

Sundays, February 28 & March 21

PYI 543 Advocacy Applications for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum
(Sections A & B)

Sunday, April 11 & Saturday, May 1

PYI 537 Work With Teens/Adults on the Spectrum
(Sections A & B)


Spring 2010 Entering Clinical Mental Health Counseling I (CMHC I) Students and Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling I (CMHC-SAAC I) Students

Wednesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am

PYB 505 Human Development & Diversity
(Section A)

1:00 – 3:30

PYD 601 Professional Orientation and Ethics
(Section A)

4:00 – 6:30 pm

PY 590A Fundamentals of Therapeutic Interaction
(Section A)


Clinical Mental Health Counseling I (CMHC I) Students and Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling I (CMHC-SAAC I) Students who entered Fall 2009

Wednesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am
PYI 552 Career & Lifestyle Counseling (Sections A & B)

1:00 – 3:30 pm
PYS 604 Social and Cultural Diversity (Sections A & B)

4:00 – 5:30 pm
PYI 522 Counseling Skills Lab (Sections A – C)


Clinical Mental Health Counseling II (CMHC II) Students and Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling II (CMHC-SAAC II) Students who entered Fall 2008 or Spring 2009

Tuesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am

PYI 512 Counseling Theories: Models & Approaches (Sections A – C)

12:45 – 3:15 pm
PYI 514 Methods of Testing and Assessment (Sections A & B)

4:00 – 6:30
PY 684 Professional Seminar in Mental Health Counseling I (Sections A – F)


Clinical Mental Health Counseling III (CMHC III) Students who entered Fall 2007 or Spring 2008

Tuesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am

PYC 669 Counseling Approaches to Trauma Treatment
(Section A)

PY 618A Dance/Movement Therapy with Adults
(Section A)

PY 576 Postmodern Approaches to Family Therapy
(Section A)

12:45 – 3:15 pm
PY 689 Professional Seminar in Mental Health Counseling III (Sections A – E)

4:00 – 6:30 pm

PYC 675 Crisis InterventionCogn Behv Approach
(Section A)

PYC 677 Multicultural Approach to Mental Health Counseling
(Section A)

PY 678 Special Issues in Family Therapy, Addictions, Violence
(Section A)


Substance Abuse/Addictions Counseling III (SAAC III) Students who entered Fall 2007 or Spring 2008)

Tuesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am

PYC 666 Family Counseling Approach Addictions Treatment
(Section A)

12:45 – 3:15 pm

PY 689 Professional Seminar in Mental Health Counseling III
(Sections A – E)

4:00 – 6:30 pm
Optional PYC course (See CMHC III list for courses)


DMT I Students

Tuesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am

PYI 512 Counseling Theories: Models & Approaches
(Sections A – C)

12:45 – 3:15 pm

PYB 514 Psychomotor Assessment of Adults
(Section A)

4:00 – 6:30 pm

PY 681B Professional Seminar in DMT & Counseling II
(Section A)

Wednesdays

9:00 – 11:00 am (Times Vary)

PYP 692 Practicum II DMT
(Section A)

1:00 – 3:30

PYG 604 Group Work in Dance/Movement Therapy & Counseling
(Section A)


DMT II Students

Tuesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am

PY 618A Dance/Movement Therapy with Adults
(Section A)

12:45 – 3:15 pm

PY 687 Professional Seminar in Counseling II
(Section A)

4:00 – 6:30 pm

PYB 515 Methods of Research & Evaluation
(Section A)

Wednesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am
PYI 552 Career & Lifestyle Counseling (Sections A & B)


MFT MA I Students

Mondays
5:00 – 9:00 pm (at clinic)
PY 697 Practicum in MFT (MFT I) (Sections A & B)

Tuesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am

PY 576 Postmodern Approaches to Family Therapy
(Section A)

12:45 – 3:45 pm
PY 687A Professional Seminar in MFT II (Sections A – C)

4:00 – 6:30 pm

PY 678 Special Issues in Family Therapy, Addictions, Violence
(Section A)

Wednesdays
5:00 – 9:00 pm (at clinic)
PY 697 Practicum in MFT (MFT I) (Section C)


MFT MA II Students

Tuesdays

9:00 – 11:30 am

PYC 674A Research & Evaluation in Family Therapy
(Section A)

12:45 – 3:45 pm
PY 689A Professional Seminar in MFT V (Sections A & B)

4:00 – 6:30 pm

PYB 519 Family Studies Seminar
(Section A)


Weekend Course Schedule

(Meet 9:00 am – 5:00 pm unless otherwise noted)

January 16; February 6 & 27; March 20; April 10 & Sunday, May 2

PYI 545 Advanced Assessment & Intervention – Speech/Language Pathologists
(Section A)

PYI 541 Advanced Counseling Interventions ASD
(Section A)

PYI 546 Advanced Educational Interventions ASD
(Section A)

PYI 550 Positive Behavioral Support in ASD
(Section A)

PYI 549 Working with Severely Impaired Individuals with ASD
(Section A)

January 17 & February 7
PYI 539 Educational Interventions for ASD II (Sections A & B)

January 30 & 31

PY 572 Theories of Addiction
(Section A)

February 6 & 7
PYI 526 Using Play in Therapy (Section A)

February 20 & 21

PYB 523 Psychopharmacology for Counselors
(Section A)

February 27 & 28

PY 524 Dialectical Behavior Therapy
(Section A)

February 28 & March 21
PYI 543 Advocacy Applications for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum (Sections A & B)

March 6 & 7

PY 510 Writing Skills for Counselors
(Section A)

March 27 & 28

PY 599 Introduction to Psychodrama
(Section A)

April 10 & 11

PY 563 Psychopharmacology of Substance Abuse
(Section A)

April 11 & May 1
PYI 537 Work With Teens/Adults on the Spectrum (Sections A & B)


Other Electives

Mondays, January 25, February 22, March 22 & April 19 (meets 6:00 – 9:45 pm)
PY 556 Forensic Counseling (Section A)


Courses without Scheduled Meetings

PY 693 Internship in Dance/Movement Therapy
PY 693B Internship Continuation
PY 695A Internship Counseling (DMT)
PY 695D Internship in Mental Health Counseling (CMHC II & SA/AC II)
PY 696 Internship in Mental Health Counseling (CMHC III & SA/AC III)
PY 697 Practicum in MFT (MFT I)
PY 698 Internship in MFT (MFT II)
ANE 690 SIS: Supervised Independent Study