ADCS104-Counseling Theories and Techniques

Week 1

Useful Web Tools
2 videos, 1 reading
Video: Crowdsourcing
Graded: Information Technology Terms

Week 2

Programming Principles
1 video, 1 audio, 1 reading
Video: Crowdsourcing
Graded: Information Technology Terms

Week 3

Specialization
2 videos
Video: Crowdsourcing
Graded: Information Technology Terms

ADCS104-Counseling Theories and Techniques

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ADCS104-Counseling Theories and Techniques

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ADCS104-Counseling Theories and Techniques

In this course you will explore the client- counselor relationship as well as the theories employed in individual, family and clinical group settings. Areas of focus will be…

  • Counseling is a relationship in which the counselor helps the client mobilizes resources to resolve his/her problems and/or to modify attitudes and values.
  • Exploration of a problems, its ramification and examination of attitudes and feeling; consideration of alternative solutions; decision making; therapeutic approaches, (e.g., Reality Therapy, RET; Brief Therapy; Motivational interviewing; etc.)
  • Provisions of services to special populations, co-occurring disorders, people with disabilities, cultural differences, criminal justice etc.
  • Family Counseling: (All family counseling must be relative to substance abuse issues.) Theories of family codependency; techniques for motivation family involvement in the treatment process; techniques of multi family group counseling; working with family therapists, selecting therapists for family work; counselor identification of limitations relating to family issues.
  • Group Counseling: Purpose and function of different types of counseling groups; models of group; group techniques; stages of group; group intervention, group patterns; therapeutic factors in groups; expression, commitment, process groups, didactic training; role of the counselor; group orientation.
  • This course must include practical applications in role play settings.
  • Individual, Group and Family Counseling.

 

Syllabus

In this course, you will explore the client-counselor relationship as well as the theories employed in individual, family and clinical group settings.

Week 1 0/4

Useful Web Tools

Starting Module: you’ll learn about different types of social software, how to think about physical collaboration and digital collaboration using the same framework, and what the challenges to success for collaborative software are.

2 videos, 1 reading
Video: Crowdsourcing
10 minutes
Graded: Information Technology Terms
3 Questions

Week 2 0/4

Programming Principles

Advanced Module: you’ll learn about different types of social software, how to think about physical collaboration and digital collaboration using the same framework, and what the challenges to success for collaborative software are.

1 video, 1 audio, 1 reading
5 minutes
Video: Crowdsourcing
10 minutes
Graded: Information Technology Terms
3 Questions

Week 3 0/3

Specialization

Professional Module: you’ll learn about different types of social software, how to think about physical collaboration and digital collaboration using the same framework, and what the challenges to success for collaborative software are.

2 videos
Video: Crowdsourcing
10 minutes
Graded: Information Technology Terms
3 Questions

Reviews

Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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