May 19, 2024  
2022-2023 APU Catalog 
    
2022-2023 APU Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PY 60601 - Interventions for Prevention, Wellness, and Resiliency


(3) This class is designed to build competency in the theory and practice of evidenced-based practice in interventions that tie the application of scientific data to therapeutic work with others. Students will be exposed to a variety of counseling paradigms current with evidence-based efficacy in the field. A foundational knowledge in therapeutic interventions, the process of change, goal setting, and specific interventions is developed. Students will focus on implementation of therapeutic interventions to establish or increase client skills for prevention, wellness, and resiliency. Some attention will be paid to the assessment of the student’s clinical skills that work to build rapport. Under faculty supervision, opportunities are provided to practice these skills. Prevention, wellness, and building resiliency within indigenous populations and Alaskan communities will be emphasized. Prerequisite: PY 61500 - Counseling Skills and Theories PY 64000 - Diagnosis and Treatment Planning , and admission to the Counseling Psychology Graduate Program. Offered Summer.



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