Advanced Counselling

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE COURSE
Course titleAdvanced Counselling
Chair of Labour and Social Security Law Sciences and Social Work
Number of ECTS credits6
Lecturerizv.prof.dr.sc. Joan Marie Carlson
Office AddressRadićeva 13
Telephone
e-mailjoancarl@iupui.edu
Associate Anita Barišić
Office AddressRadićeva 13 17-I / 18-2
Telephone+385 31 224 526
e-mailanita.barisic@pravos.hr
Associate Anita Barišić
Office AddressRadićeva 13 17-I / 18-2
Telephone+385 31 224 526
e-mailanita.barisic@pravos.hr
Associate Anita Barišić
Office AddressRadićeva 13 17-I / 18-2
Telephone+385 31 224 526
e-mailanita.barisic@pravos.hr
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course content

In this course, students will develop understanding of the basic concepts that guide trauma responsive care, to evaluate client’s progress, understand clinical and research advances. During the modules, importance of teamwork will be highlighted as well as evidence-based practice.

Course learning outcomes

Apply, synthesize, and evaluate evidence-informed practices within the context of trauma responsive care with individuals and families affected by mental health issues, substance use disorders, and other behavioural addictions, Apply and interpret outcome measures to evaluate client progress and treatment efficacy with individuals and families at risk of or affected by mental health issues, substance use disorders, and other behavioural addictions, Apply, synthesize, and evaluate diversity on behalf of individuals and families affected by mental health issues, substance use disorders, and other behavioural addictions, 1. Reflect upon and think critically about all aspects of mental health and addictions practice with and on behalf of individuals and families , 1. Engage individuals, families, and other relevant people and systems in service to and on behalf of those at risk of or affected by mental health and addictions issues , Recognize the importance of teamwork in a therapeutic setting.,

TEACHING METHODS
☑ Lectures
☑ Seminars and workshops
☑ Exercises
☑ Independent tasks
☑ Multimedia and internet
☑ Distance education
☐ Office hours
☐ Laboratory
☐ Field work
☐ Mentoring work
☐ Knowledge test
EXAMINATION PROCEDURE
☑ Oral exam
☑ Written exam
☐ Colloquium
Other:
ADDITIONAL FACTS
Croatian language, English language
LIST OF LITERATURE FOR STUDIES AND EXAMS
Required reading
Barlow, David H. . Clinical handbook of psychological disorders: A step-by-step treatment manual, 5th edition. . 2014. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.
Foa, E., & Riggs, D. . Brief Recovery for Trauma Survivors Manual. 2001.
Greenberger, D. i Padesky A. C. . Mind over Mood. Second edition. . 2016. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.
Corey, G. . Theory and practice of counseling and psychotherapy. 2007. Naklada Slap
Optional reading
Hayes, S. C., Pistorello, J., & Levin, M. E. . Acceptance and commitment therapy as a unified model of behavioral change. . 2012. The Counseling Psychologist
Martin, E. . Cultural humility: Seeking to understand another’s perspective. 2016. Texas Nursing Magazine
Shaw, S. . Practicing cultural humility. 2017. Counseling Today
Fisher-Borne, M., Cain, J. M., & Martin, S. L.. From mastery to accountability: Cultural humility as an alternative to cultural competence. 2015. Social Work Education
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration [SAMHSA] . Illness Management and Recovery. . 2009. Retrieve from http://store.samhsa.gov/shin/content//SMA09-4463/PractitionerGuidesandHandouts.pdf
Reisner, A.. The common factors, empirically validated treatments, and recovery models of therapeutic change. 2005. The Psychological Record
Petr , C., G. & Walter, U., M. . Best practice inquiry: A multidimensional, value-critical framework. 2005. Journal of Social Work Education