2 August 2018

Professional Competencies in Psychotherapy

This one-semester course (36 academic course credit hours) teaches basic professional CRPO competencies that prepare students to work with clients in a psychotherapeutic relationship. Priority is given to the safe and effective use of self, confidentiality, and self-care in a clinical setting. The course includes components of psychotherapy that involve such tasks as assessment, record keeping, intake procedures, and closure with clients. Students gain an awareness of such psychotherapeutic concepts as transference, counter-transference and the therapeutic alliance through an ethical, clinical, and spiritually-integrated framework.

Year One - FALL Semester

ICS 152807 F18
Dr. Rick Tamas
Mondays, 9:00am - 11:50am
Location: TCPCE