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By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain how one's perception of the world defines their happiness.
-Explain relationship between forgiveness and depression.
-List three steps regarding acceptance of the past.
-Discuss emotional awareness in depressed clients.
-Explain reactive and core self-evaluation.
-Identify seven key steps to monitoring depression.
-Name four rewards of confusion.
-Name four techniques in managing priorities.
-Identify one common denominator in saying no.
-Identify two contradicting attitudes about money.
-Discuss three techniques to regain control over finances.
-Identify three steps to overcome unwanted habits.

-Explain the time of year do suicides actually peak.
-Explain what is the disorder that may experience chronic fatigue, difficulty in sleeping, irritability, and feelings of sadness.
-Name two independent dimensions are primary sources of depression.
-Name two ways to begin changing depressive attitudes.
-Explain how is depression a spandrel.
-Explain what is an attempt to predict future danger and/or an attempt to gain control over events that appear uncontrollable.
-Explain what are the group that has higher levels of internalizing disorders and are more likely to report anaclitic depressive symptoms that express somatic preoccupations.
-Explain what kind of suspicions you have, when you embrace depression as disease altogether, you become more suspicious of what.
-Explain what are the signs of patients with SP experience when in social settings.
-Name the "Big Five" of anxiety sensitivity.
-Explain what is the result of panic attacks.
-Explain the major scourge of humankind.

"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."