|Healthcare Training Institute - Quality Education since 1979CE for Psychologist, Social Worker, Counselor, & MFT!!
Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes
By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name three different modes of diagnosis of clients with fetal alcohol syndrome.
-Name four secondary disabilities frequently found in FAS clients.
-Name three types of familial structure techniques.
-Name three aspects of adolescents with FAS.
-Name three aspects of clients diagnosed with FAS as they enter adulthood.
-Name three concepts of the Advocacy Model.
-Name three concepts for preparing an FAS client for school.
-Name three factors that affect a female’s alcohol consumption.
-Name four psychosocial components that are significantly impacted by prenatal alcohol exposure.
-Explain when does the most damage occur to the fetus due to alcohol exposure.
-Explain the types of activities should older children with FAS engage in.
-Explain the risk women in treatment for substance abuse may not be informed. Testimony reflected great frustration with the school system, particularly special education, largely regarding a lack of awareness and understanding concerning FASD.
-Explain why are children with FASD and ADHD frequently misdiagnosed as having an oppositional defiant disorder.
-Name the four goals of the motivational interview sessions.
-Explain the effect did the motivational intervention have on the risk factor for women at-risk for alcohol exposed pregnancy.
-Explain the percentage of costs for the care of mentally retarded institutional residents in the US is it estimated as being related to FAS.
-Explain a key learning concept for FASD teens.
-Explain what can the counselor provide in building competence with FASD has the obvious value of enhancing professional skills.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."