CRC - Counseling & Rehab Counseling

Kathy Canfield-Davis, Dept. Chair (208/667-2588; canfield@uidaho.edu) (207 Educ. Bldg. 83843-3083; phone 208/885-5947; jfischer@uidaho.edu).

CRC 200 Seminar

CRC 200 (s) Seminar (cr arr)

CRC 203 Workshop

CRC 203 (s) Workshop (cr arr)

CRC 204 Special Topics

CRC 204 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

CRC 299 Directed Study

CRC 299 (s) Directed Study (cr arr)

CRC 400 Seminar

CRC 400 (s) Seminar (cr arr)

CRC 403 Workshop

CRC 403 (s) Workshop (cr arr)

CRC 404 Special Topics

CRC 404 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

CRC 405 Professional Development

CRC J405/J505 (s) Professional Development (cr arr)

Professional development and enrichment of certificated school personnel. Credit earned will not be accepted toward grad degree programs, but may be used in a fifth-yr program. Additional projects/assignments reqd for grad cr.

CRC 499 Directed Study

CRC 499 (s) Directed Study (cr arr)

CRC 500 Master's Research and Thesis

CRC 500 Master's Research and Thesis (cr arr)

CRC 501 Seminar

CRC 501 (s) Seminar (cr arr)

CRC 502 Directed Study

CRC 502 (s) Directed Study (cr arr)

CRC 503 Workshop

CRC 503 (s) Workshop (cr arr)

CRC 504 Special Topics

CRC 504 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

CRC 505 Professional Development

CRC 505 (s) Professional Development (cr arr)

See CRC J405/J505

CRC 507 Introduction to Rehabilitation Counseling

CRC 507 Introduction to Rehabilitation Counseling (1 cr)

Exploratory/introductory course for students considering entering rehabilitation counseling and human services. Focus is on the role and function of counselors, their values, and responses to contemporary issues. Students are also introduced to the counseling profession (e.g. history, professional preparation, credentialing). Successful completion of the course is one of the criteria for final admission to the masters degree program in rehabilitation counseling and human services.

Prereq: Permission

CRC 508 Adult Assessment

CRC 508 Adult Assessment (3 cr)

Provides knowledge and skills with commonly used psychological assessments for adults including the WAIS III, MMPI-2, MCMI III, Strong Inventory, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, and Beck Depression and Anxiety Inventories along with others. Students will have an opportunity to review each test, take the test, interpret results and write a psychological report. Recommended Preparation: CRC 509 and CRC 510.

CRC 509 Psychometrics

CRC 509 Psychometrics (1 cr)

Basic psychometric principles for developing and evaluating instruments of psychological and educational assessment; includes validity, reliability, correlation, scaling, standardization, and test development.

CRC 510 Individual Appraisal I

CRC 510 Individual Appraisal I (2 cr)

Theoretical background and practical skills needed to administer, score, and interpret individual assessment procedures in counseling and human services. Broad exposure to techniques and instruments of psychological and educational assessment is provided.

Prereq: CRC 509 or Equivalent and Permission

CRC 511 Individual Appraisal II

CRC 511 Individual Appraisal II (2 cr)

Overview of a broad range of appraisal/assessment methods: record reviews, diagnostic interviewing, observation, student participation techniques, informal tests and standardized tests; completion of comprehensive assessment on a student in accordance with prescribed procedures.

Prereq: CRC 510 and Permission

CRC 512 Theories and Applications of Counseling I

CRC 512 Theories and Applications of Counseling I (3 cr)

Overview of prevailing theories of counseling, didactic and experiential activities to model application of technique activities; skill mastery through microskills role-playing.

Prereq: Permission

CRC 514 Career Counseling and Development

CRC 514 Career Counseling and Development (3 cr)

Career development theories, occupational and educational information and systems, career and leisure counseling, life-style and career decision-making, and career development program planning, resources, and evaluation.

Prereq: Permission

CRC 515 Counseling in the Schools

CRC 515 Counseling in the Schools (2 cr)

Analysis of developmental approach to school counseling through in-depth study of its potential for application in educational settings; procedures to plan, design, implement, and evaluate developmental school programs are emphasized.

Prereq: Permission

CRC 516 School Interventions

CRC 516 School Interventions (2 cr)

Exploration of school system dynamics, the change process, and in-depth orientation to problem-specific preventative and interventive measures.

Prereq: CRC 515

CRC 517 Group Counseling

CRC 517 Group Counseling (2 cr)

Group theory and practice in counseling, including appropriate uses of group, member selection, planning and implementing groups, members' roles, rights, and responsibilities, group leader characteristics and skills, curative factors in group, ethical considerations, problems unique to group, client dynamics in group, and stages of group development.

Prereq: CRC 512 or CRC 512 and Permission

Coreq: CRC 518

CRC 518 Group Counseling Laboratory

CRC 518 Group Counseling Laboratory (1 cr)

Participation in a personal development group to promote group counseling skills and awareness of the self as an instrument in effective group leadership; participation as group members as well as observing and serving as part of a reflecting team for the group. Graded P/F. Two hrs of lab a wk.

Prereq: CRC 512 and Permission

CRC 519 Social and Cultural Foundations

CRC 519 Social and Cultural Foundations (2 cr)

Increase student awareness and knowledge of social forces, trends, and changes as they relate to the practice of counseling, assessment, consultation, learning, development, and problem-solving. A particular focus will be the study of cultural pluralism as it relates to cultural mores, social interaction patterns, differing life styles, and the political and economic realities existing in the U.S. today. Through the exploration of contemporary social and cultural issues in the diverse population of the U.S., students will be better able to understand the effects of these issues on their own values and on the practice of their professions as counselors and school psychologists.

CRC 520 Approaches to Counseling with Families

CRC 520 Approaches to Counseling with Families (2 cr)

Introduction to the application of general systems theory to families within the context of the larger culture; overview of systems approaches to family treatment, multicultural aspects of family treatment, ethics involved in consultation with families, and referral to appropriate services.

Prereq: CRC 512, CRC 517, and CRC 519

CRC 521 Counseling Techniques

CRC 521 Counseling Techniques (2 cr)

Overview of the skilled-helper counseling model and the counseling approaches; skill mastery through microskills role-playing activities.

CRC 528 Diagnosis and Case Conceptualization in Counseling and Human Services

CRC 528 Diagnosis and Case Conceptualization in Counseling and Human Services (3 cr)

Review of adult and child psychopathology with an emphasis on diagnosis and case conceptualization; basic issues in classification and diagnosis; training in differential diagnosis utilizing the DSM-IV diagnostic system.

CRC 529 Psychopharmacology

CRC 529 Psychopharmacology (2 cr)

Examination of medications that are commonly prescribed for psychiatric disabilities; descriptions of medication effects, interaction, and side effects.

CRC 530 Legislative and Philosophical Foundations in Working with People with Disabilities

CRC 530 Legislative and Philosophical Foundations in Working with People with Disabilities (2 cr)

Orientation to the history, philosophy, legislation, and delivery of services to people with disabilities across placements.

CRC 531 Psycho-social Aspects of Disability

CRC 531 Psycho-social Aspects of Disability (3 cr)

Social and psychological aspects of disability; attitudinal and environmental problems associated with specific disabilities and their implications for intervention, approaches to rehabilitation across all disabilities, and differences between typical and pathological behavior of people with disabilities.

CRC 532 Medical/Physical Aspects of Rehabilitation

CRC 532 Medical/Physical Aspects of Rehabilitation (2 cr)

Medical terminology, physical characteristics, and medical information needed to serve people with disabilities; medical and health services used to accommodate and remediate medical and physical disabilities.

CRC 533 Principles of Rehabilitation, Community, and School Counseling

CRC 533 Principles of Rehabilitation, Community, and School Counseling (2 cr)

Survey of human service agencies including their history, purpose, and intent, and eligibility requirements; description of community and rehabilitation services populations and personnel.

CRC 534 Rehabilitation and Community Case Management

CRC 534 Rehabilitation and Community Case Management (2 cr)

Making effective case and case load management decisions including intake interviewing; medical, psychological, and vocational evaluation; job placement and rehabilitation/treatment planning; preparation in writing case histories and notes.

CRC 535 Vocational Placement and Assistive Technology

CRC 535 Vocational Placement and Assistive Technology (3 cr)

Environmental and attitudinal barriers to employment experienced by people with disabilities; legislation and current assistive technologies examined as a means of addressing barriers to employment; methods and techniques in employer contact, job analysis, job development, job placement, and transitional planning to overcome those barriers; integrating knowledge about the consumer and labor markets to facilitate an appropriate vocational placement and retention.

Prereq: CRC 533 or Permission

CRC 536 Professional Issues, Ethics, and Law in Counseling and School Psychology

CRC 536 Professional Issues, Ethics, and Law in Counseling and School Psychology (2 cr)

Analytical process of ethical decision-making as it applies to casework, organizational policy, and law; examination of relevant professional and legal issues.

CRC 540 Addictions Counseling

CRC 540 Addictions Counseling (2 cr)

Knowledge and abilities of assessment, treatment, and relapse prevention of addictions; focus on interventions appropriate for people with addiction problems.

CRC 543 Neuropsychology of Learning and Behavior

CRC 543 Neuropsychology of Learning and Behavior (2 cr)

Overview of the fundamental principles of neuropsychology. Emphasis is placed on developing an understanding of the relationship between these principles and how they apply to individual case studies. Students are expected to develop an understanding of the brain and its relation to learning, developmental, behavioral, and psychological disorders. (Summer only)

CRC 551 Assessment of Cognitive Functioning

CRC 551 Assessment of Cognitive Functioning (3 cr)

Overview of theories of intelligence, commonly used assessment instruments/procedures, measurement and statistical concepts, test interpretations and reporting practices, assessment of diverse populations, and ethical/legal issues. Develop competence in administering, scoring, interpreting, and reporting results of intelligence tests commonly used in school settings.

Prereq: CRC 510 and Permission

CRC 563 Consultation in Counseling and School Psychology

CRC 563 Consultation in Counseling and School Psychology (2 cr)

Constructs and processes that influence human, organizational, and systems development through consultation.

Prereq: Placement in counseling and school psychology specialist or doctoral programs, or Permission

Coreq: CRC 597

CRC 570 Research and Evaluation in Counseling Psychology

CRC 570 Research and Evaluation in Counseling Psychology (3 cr)

Overview of measures, instruments, and research methodologies used in the fields of counseling and school psychology. Primary focus is on preparing students to understand the process of scientific enquiry, fundamental statistical concepts, the use of technology, data analysis, qualitative research, and single-subject design. Students will be equipped with an ethical and competent skill set that can be used in the research and evaluation of individual/group treatments, programs, and student outcomes. (Summer only)

CRC 597 Practicum

CRC 597 (s) Practicum (cr arr)

Closely supervised experience as a counselor or school psychologist in a professional setting; 50 hrs of experience are required for each credit. Graded P/F.

Prereq: CRC 510, CRC 512, CTE 464, and Permission

CRC 598 Internship

CRC 598 (s) Internship (cr arr)

For advanced grad students. Currently offered in counselor education, counselor supervision, college counseling, college student personnel services, school special services, school psychology, school counseling, agency counseling, and private counseling practice. Graded P/F.

Prereq: Permission

CRC 599 Non-thesis Master's Research

CRC 599 (s) Non-thesis Master's Research (cr arr)

Research not directly related to a thesis or dissertation.

Prereq: Permission

CRC 600 Doctoral Research and Dissertation

CRC 600 Doctoral Research and Dissertation (cr arr)