COUN 2747 - CONCEPTUALIZATION, TREATMENT PLANNING, & CASE MANAGEMENT
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
This course reflects a paradigm for integration of assessment data, diagnoses, and models of case conceptualization to establish client goals and formulate treatment plans. The course incorporates academic training, experiential learning, and feedback from both peers and instructor in the context of individual work, group projects and simulated treatment team meetings. Students learn and demonstrate proficiency in diagnostic and clinical formulation, contextual and cultural assessment, and goal setting followed by pragmatic construction of treatment plans that incorporate components of case management and caseload management. Course materials and assignments are based on case studies that require consideration of evidence-based practice and measurement-based care. It is expected that students will enhance clinical and diagnostic assessment and problem-solving skills, teamwork, and professional clinical competencies.
Academic Career: Graduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Grad Letter Grade
Click here for class schedule information.
Add to Portfolio(opens a new window)