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Counselor Prof IdentityFuncE

by: Celia Carter

Counselor Prof IdentityFuncE COUN 501

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Celia Carter
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Celia Carter on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COUN 501 at Liberty University taught by David Jenkins in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 32 views. For similar materials see /class/222402/coun-501-liberty-university in Christian Counseling at Liberty University.


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Date Created: 10/13/15
LIBERTY NIVLKSIrY COURSES YLLAB US orquot COUN 501 C 01mm 0R PRorE ssIon Inmnn nmcnow AND EnIIcs C OURSE DESCRIPTION w hIdI r I MI Iegahues standards and eredenuahng CIuren ues In the practIce of eounsehng and mamage and famIly therapy In avanety ofprofessIonal settmgs are explored RATIONALE setungs Ill 12mm QuIsrrEs None IV MATERIAL s LISr m n w P h I I I I n w A Assacxanan WashIngton D C Amenean PsyehoIogIeaI AssoeIatIon I 2002 dpmctxce afcarrpassmnale saulcme CoIorado Spnngs C0 WaterBrook Press ISBN 1578565170 Corey Corey amp Ca11ahan 2011 1ssues and ethxcs m the helpmgpmfessmns 8th ed Be1rnontCA BrooksCole ISBN 9780495812418 Corey 2003 Ethxcs m damn c14an version 12 BeIrnont CA BrooksCole ISBN 0534639704 v Annmom Mum st Lmuwmc Cornputer wILh bash audIovIdeo output eqqument B Internet aeeess broadbandreeornrnended o Mrerosoft Word and PowerPoInL Mmrosoft Of ce Is avaIlable at a specIal dIseount to LU students DIsclaImer The above texts provIde Infonnauon eonsIstent wIth that requlred by state lIcensIng boards In the area of eounseIor professIonal Idenuty funeuon and eLhIcs VI COUN 501 Syllabus Liberty University does not necessarily endorse speci c religious philosophical or political positions found in these texts MEASURABLE LEARNING OUTCOMES Learning outcomes for this course link speci cally to the masterslevel goals of 1 illustrating appropriate knowledge in all core curricular areas of counseling in preparation for certi cation and taking licensure exams and in procuring employment in the mental health eld 2 demonstrating appropriate research and reportwriting skills including the use of APA format and computer technology 3 integrating biblical principles and secular theories in a responsibly eclectic manner 4 incorporating ethical and legal standards in the counseling arena 5 assessing diagnosing and treating clients with a broad array of presenting problems and mental disorders using multiple counseling skills in established best practices 6 evaluating child adolescent and marriage and family clients in order to effectively determine a treatment Outcome for Marriage and Family program and 7 evaluating diverse individual group and family populations in order to effectively determine a treatment for clients Accomplishment of these overarching programmatic lea1ning outcomes involves the courserelated learning outcomes listed below Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to A Analyze the historical and philosophical roots of the counseling profession Partially ful lls lea1ning outcomes 1 2 and 4 B Describe the main ethical legal clinical and professional issues involved in professional counseling Partially ful lls learning outcomes 1 2 4 5 6 and 7 C Compare and contrast the relevant ethics codes of professional organizations and credentialing bodies and relate ndings to the counselor s professional identity and functioning Partially ful lls learning outcomes 1 2 4 5 6 and 7 D Differentiate the counselor s roles and responsibilities as a member of an interdisciplinary emergency management response team in a variety of settings including local regional national and international settings Partially ful lls learning outcomes 1 2 4 5 6 and 7 E Identify the various counseling ethical models practices and processes Partially ful lls learning outcomes 1 2 4 5 6 and 7 F Differentiate the role of ethics and values in the counseling process including the role of the counselor in addressing institutional and social barriers that hinder the client s progress Partially ful lls learning outcomes 1 2 4 5 6 and 7 G Explain the various counselor roles and the potential for ethical dilemmas including ethical and legal considerations Partially ful lls learning outcomes 1 2 4 5 6 and 7 H Describe Christian resources for competent and compassionate soul care Pa1tially ful lls learning outcomes 1 2 3 4 5 6 and 7 Page 2 of 6 VII COUN 501 Syllabus Summarize the skills relative to ethical issues in counseling including selfcare Partially ful lls learning outcomes 1 2 4 5 6 and 7 Appraise and articulate a personal ethical stance on a variety of clinical issues including membership in professional organizations and advocating on behalf of both the client and the counseling profession Partially fulfills learning outcomes 1 2 4 5 6 and 7 Utilize the current literature relative to counselor professional identity function and ethics to create a comprehensive personal counseling ethic Partially fulfills learning outcomes 1 2 3 4 5 6 and 7 COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND ASSIGNMENTS A B Textbook readings presentations and websites Discussion Board Forums 3 In addition to the Class Introductions and Conclusions forums there are three Discussion Board forums for students to complete due in Modules Weeks 1 4 amp 7 Each Discussion Board forum is to be completed in two parts a thread 2007 250 words and a reply 757100 words Threads and replies should re ect critical thinking skills The thread is due on Wednesday and a reply is due on Sunday of the moduleweek assigned Detailed instructions can be found in Blackboard This assignment meets learning outcomes B C E G H amp K Code of Ethics Comparison Students will review the ACA and AACC Codes of Ethics and choose three elements to compare and contrast This assignment will be completed in ModuleWeek 2 Detailed instructions can be found in Blackboard This assignment meets learning outcomes A C E G H I J amp K Ethics in Action Sections 17111 3 During ModulesWeeks 3 5 amp 6 students will view Ethics in Action segments that discuss relevant topics to the counseling field After watching the presentations assigned each week students will answer questions from the segments and submit them in a Word document Detailed instructions can be found in Blackboard This assignment meets learning outcomes C D F G I J amp K Research Paper During the course students will submit various pa1ts of their Research Paper The 10712page paper will be written on a counseling topic chosen from a list provided APA formatting will be strictly followed throughout all elements of the paper The completed Research Paper is due by the end of ModuleWeek 8 the last week of the course Detailed instructions can be found in Blackboard This assignment meets learning outcomes A B F G H I J amp K 1 Topic Students will choose a topic for their Research Paper by the end of ModuleWeek 1 Page 3 of 6 COUN 501 Syllabus 2 Annotated Bibliography Students will create an annotated bibliography of the 15 references they decided to use for their Research Paper by the end of Module Week 4 3 Outline Students will create a speci c outline for their Research Paper by the end of ModuleWeek 5 4 Title Page Reference Page and Abstract Students will create a title page a reference page and an abstract for their Research Paper in APA style The abstract should be a single paragraph that is doublespaced and contains 120 words This is due by the end of ModuleWeek 6 V39 Final Submission Students will submit their completed Research Paper by the end of ModuleWeek 8 F Quizzes 8 There are 8 quizzes during this course one each week Each quiz covers content directly from the week39s reading assignments Students will have 60 minutes to select the best answer for 25 multiple choice and truefalse questions All of the quizzes are openbook and open notes Each quiz must be taken by the end of the moduleweek in which it is assigned This assignment meets learning outcomes A K VIII COURSE GRADING AND POLICIES A Weight Discussion Board Forums 3 at 5 ea 15 Code of Ethics Comparison 10 Ethics in Action Sections 17111 3 at 6 ea 18 Research Paper Total 25 Topic 1 Annotated Bibliography 4 Outline 3 Title Page Reference Page and Abstract 2 Final Submission 15 Quizzes 8 at 4 ea 32 Total 100 B Scale A 947100 B 86793 C 75785 D 68774 F 0767 Page 4 of 6 COUN 501 Syllabus Late Work Policy All assignments are to be turned in on time Late work will be accepted but will be reduced by one letter grade per week starting on the day after the assignment is due All assignments must be completed in order to pass the course Participation Policy Students will read and abide by the Honor Code statement and other appropriate guidelines regarding cheating and plagiarism found in the Liberty Way Students are expected to be prepared to actively participate in class discussions and the various exercises and activities as they occur An open curious and honest attitude toward learning from others will facilitate development for all participants Professionalism Policy Agreement or respectful disagreement with others in the class is expected Learning to accurately communicate beliefs attitudes and emotions about important issues is a crucial part of both personal and professional development as a counselor Engaging in this process in an appropriate manner is expected The guality standard for work submitted is expected to be appropriate for WWW coherent 39 precise APA style and sufficient levels of u 39 quot 39 structure English as a Second Language If English is a student s second language they should make use of the Graduate Writing Center andor peer proofreading prior to submitting hisher work Grading must be consistent for all students Other Policies 1 Academic Misconduct Academic misconduct is strictly prohibited Students should see the Graduate Catalog for specific definitions penalties and processes for reporting N Disability Statement Online students with a documented disability may contact LU Online s Office of Disability Academic Support ODAS at LUOODASlibertyedu to make arrangements for academic accommodations LA Drop Add Policy Consult the Graduate Catalog for dropadd policies 4 Email Correspondence Students are expected to communicate in a professional manner at all times whenever emailing classmates professors or any employee of Liberty University Because there is no accompanying tone of voice facial Page 5 of 6


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