Questions? 800.667.7745; Voice Mail: 925-391-0363
Email: [email protected]
Add To Cart

BCS Title

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 the five qualities in a therapist that best serve to manage the risk of countertransference.
-Name four possible results of hypnosis which may raise ethical questions regarding confabulation of sexual abuse.
-Explain in what way can statistics that espouse the prominence of the sexual abuse trauma in disabled autistic children create an ethical dilemma in the use of FC.
-Explain what the client is suffering from after suspecting that she might have been the survivor of childhood sexual abuse and after weeks of research, she has an incestuous dream and comes to the conclusion that her theories were correct.
-Explain an opposing view to the statement about massages that "an area of your body may get hot or feel numb. Powerful emotions may sweep over you, causing you to weep or even cry out."
-Name one example of a neutral non-leading type of statement you might make in a therapy session with a trauma client.
-Explain what clinicians from many different disciplines have taught their clients to do from being primed to look for childhood sexual abuse within the last decade.
-Explain what do Veterans with PTSD faced with loss or the ordinary demands of intimacy often experience.
-Explain what percent of Vietnam soldiers have PTSD today.
-Name two skills to help defuse the distress of flashbacks.
-Explain what makes psychologists conduct a study involving deception.
-Name three functions that cannot be performed by the counselor without proper training or supervision.

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