SPAU 3210: Counseling for Health Care Professionals
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COURSE OVERVIEW This course will allow students to critically examine the theories and research as it applies to Counselling for Health Care professionals. Some of the various topics which will be covered in this course includes the basic skills necessary to be an effective counsellor; assessment, goal setting and intervention; ethics; diversity; and self-awareness as a health care professional. ¶ COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES • Students will develop the necessary skills to conduct individual, group and family counselling. • Students will enhance their interpersonal communication and listening skills. • Students will develop cultural competency. • Students will examine various theories and models as they relate to counseling. • Students will develop the basic counseling skills and techniques which are required to be an effective counselor. • Students will learn how to Improve their client’s ability to establish and maintain relationships. • Students will demonstrate an understanding of historical and philosophical foundations of the counseling profession • Students will examine the ethical codes that govern the counseling profession • Students will gain exposure to professional organizations related to the counseling profession • Students will become familiar with the various roles and functions of a counselor
Adams, D. (2022, Spring). SPAU 3210: Counseling for Health Care Professionals, Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University.
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