Syllabus - MODELS,METHODS&INTERVENTIONS ADDS5002 MichaelVanCleveMA,LP,LADC 6514722416 E:[email protected] COURSEDESCRIPTION /therapist

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ADDS 5002 Michael Van Cleve MA, LP, LADC 651-472-2416 E: [email protected] COURSE DESCRIPTION            Knowing the difference between Roger’s and Ellis’ counseling models  is important for the developing or mature counselor/ therapist  because it anchors a core idea that theory and research guide  thinking and decision making in the clinical environment. The first  third of the Models Methods and Interventions course surveys major  principles and methods of several therapeutic models including  psychoanalytic, person-centered and cognitive- behavioral.  The latter  two thirds of the course focus on a well researched contemporary  change model: Motivational Interviewing. Students will be introduced  to several concepts such as ambivalence, confidence, motivation,  resistance and commitment to change.  Considerable in-class time  will be dedicated to practicing MI interventions with peers.  COURSE OBJECTIVES 1.  Review several counseling models. Become familiar with key  concepts, the therapeutic process and therapeutic application of each  model. 2. Discuss basic assumptions related to the role of the counselor;  both personal and professional
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  3.  Practice and complete assignments associated Motivational  Interviewing to increase motivationally consistent interviewing  behavior.  4. Practice and demonstrate components of motivational interviewing  such as open ended questions, affirmations, reflective listening and  summaries (OARS) 5. Explore strengths and shortcomings of the reviewed clinical  perspectives 6. Understand barriers to O.A.R.S. by exploring Motivational  Interviewing ideas associated with resistance and ambivalence. COURSE REQUIREMENTS
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Syllabus - MODELS,METHODS&INTERVENTIONS ADDS5002 MichaelVanCleveMA,LP,LADC 6514722416 E:[email protected] COURSEDESCRIPTION /therapist

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