than a lay-person’s understanding of the topics covered. 4. Ways you might measure the future effects of what you have learned in this course or your future progress/improvement. The proof is in the pudding. I’m sure when I get to work with clients, I’ll know pretty rapidly what works and what does not. 5. State whether you achieved the course outcomes (Student Learning Outcomes). SLO1: Identify what child counseling/therapy is and is not. Yes. Objective achieved. SLO2: Identify how child pathology emerges in s system, which includes understanding and applying attachment theory. Yes. Objective achieved. SLO3: Apply the concepts of child therapy to a case analysis of a child. Yes. Objective achieved. SLO4: Identify the typical DSM diagnoses of children. Yes. Objective achieved. SLO5: Describe counseling approaches/treatment for youth and children with special concerns. Yes. Objective achieved.
SLO6: Identify and utilize different cultural factors that may play a role in the therapeutic relationship. Yes. Objective achieved. SLO7: Apply their knowledge in the ethical and legal aspects of children and counseling. Yes. Objective achieved. SLO8: Demonstrate fundamental counseling skills using a case vignette. Yes. Objective achieved.
- Fall '19