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DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION PSYCHOLOGY AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
University of Wisconsin Madison
Summer 2000

194 810 Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology -Techniques

Instructor:
Kristine M. Eiring, Ph.D.
432 N. Murray St.
Phone: (608) 265-2763
E-mail: kmeirin[email protected]wisc.edu
Other office: 608-310-6020

Administrative Support Staff:
Marge Hanson
432 N. Murray St., Room 431
Phone: (608) 263 5790
E-mail: duckwitz@education.wisc.edu

Classroom:
Room 323 Educational Sciences Building [Educational & Psychological Training Center (EPTC)]
Taping: Room 328 EPTC

Course Goal
The application of facilitative communication skills and problem solving skills to rehabilitation counseling practice in different settings and with clients having different needs.

Course Objectives
This is a core course in the graduate program in rehabilitation counseling. It focuses on basic clinical skills in preparation for supervised clinical practice coursework (practicum and internship). The major course objectives focus on skill development in the following areas:

1. Facilitative communication in interpersonal interaction.

2. Systematic problem/identification (identifying client problems and needs).

3. Systematic application of intervention strategies (setting goals, and selecting and implementing intervention strategies).







Texts

Cormier, S., & Nurius, P. (2003). Interviewing and change strategies for helpers: Fundamental skills and cognitive behavioral interventions (5th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Ivey, A.E., & Ivey, M. B. (2007). Intentional interviewing and counseling: Facilitating client development in a multicultural society (6th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Overview
Course activities will include assigned readings, lectures, discussion, video demonstrations, and practice exercises. In addition to assigned readings, preparation outside of class should include completion of exercises given in the textbooks and continuing practice in order to refine target skills.The primary focus of this course is on development of counseling skills, including facilitative communication and intervention strategies appropriate to identified problems.

Requirements
There will be a total of three “check-outs.”

The check outs will serve as "examinations" and will involve interviews with a simulated client. Instructions for each check out will be provided in advance and brief reviews of the check outs will occur with the instructor. The check-outs will offer an excellent opportunity for self-evaluation in refining skills.

There will also be two written quizzes on Wednesday of week two and three. The quizzes will cover material covered in class and in the book.

Evaluation
The check outs will be worth 10 points (total of 30 points).
Quizzes will be worth 25 points (total of 50 points).
In class assignments will be worth a total of 10 points.
Professional behavior, including being to class on time, showing respect to your peers, participating in class, notifying the instructor ahead of time, if possible, if you cannot make class, will be worth 10 points.
In cases of borderline grades, class participation and improvement during the semester will be considered.

Accommodations
Any students with limitations which might necessitate special accommodations in the curriculum, instruction, or examination/assessment procedures should discuss their needs with the instructor as early in the semester as possible. Every possible effort will be made to accommodate special needs so as to include all students fully in all aspects of this course and to maintain the confidentiality of information provided. Also, if any students have conflicts between class sessions or requirements and religious holidays, please notify the instructor at the beginning of the semester so that alternative arrangements can be made.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE AND READING ASSIGNMENTS


Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

May 29
No Class May 30
Introduction
Overview of counseling
Fundamental Relationship
Skills
Nonverbal Behavior
Attending
Baseline taping



C&N;: Chapters 1 & 2
I&I;: Chapters 1, 2
& 3
Complete self assessment

May 31

Counseling Relationships
Observations
Questions
Setting up a first interview

Check out #1



C&N;: Chapters 3 & 4
I & I Chapters 4, 5 6,
& 11



Exam: check out 1

June 1
Listening
Integration
Influence



Check out # 1



C&N;: Chapters 5, 6 & 7
I&I;: Chapter 5, 6 & 7


June 5
Assessment
Problem Conceptualization
Treatment Planning


C&N;: Chapters 8, 9 & 11
I&I;: Chapters 8 , 9, & 12

June 6
Confrontation
Treatment planning and
Goal setting
Reflecting Meaning

C&N;: Chapters 9 & 10
I&I;: Chapter 10 & 12


June 7
Check-out # 2
Quiz 1 June 8
Check out #2

Treatment strategies
Modeling and Social Skills

C&N;: Chapters 11, skim
12-18

June 6

Continued:
Modeling and Social Skills
Cognitive Restructuring

C&N;: Chapters 13 & 14
June 7
Written exam
Stress Management
Multicultural perspectives


C & N Chapters 15 & 16 June 8
Check-out 3
Quiz 2 June 9
Check out #3

Last day
Stress Management
Wrap up
Meet Linda Hill (Q & A)






KEY:
C&N; = Cormier & Nurius
I&I; = Ivey & Ivey


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