PYC 675: Crisis Intervention-Cogn Behv Apprch

Synonym:

52276 (for web registration)

Section:

A

Faculty:

David Hamolsky

Credits:

3

Seats:

24

Semester:

Spring 2008

Meeting Schedule:

Tuesdays 1/15 - 3/4 (4:00PM-6:29PM)
Tuesdays 3/18 - 4/29 (4:00PM-6:29PM)

Description:

Restricted to CP II students: others by written permission of the Program Director provided to the Registrar146s Office via FirstClass.
Prerequisite: Completion of all CP I courses and internships.

This course will provide an overview to the theory and practice of crisis intervention from a cognitive-behavioral perspective. The variety of crisis situations and the phenomenon of suicide will be examined as well as the roles and responsibilities of counselors in making the interventions. Students will be exposed to a variety of models of counseling under the heading of cognitive-behavioral with the objective of helping the student develop an integrated approach to the range of problems clients present. Members will have the opportunity to present case material to the class.