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Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes

By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain the Strengths and Limitations of the National Crime Victimization Survey and the National Violence Against Women Survey.
-Explain the definition of NIJ Measures of Sexual Violence.
-Explain the definition of NIJ Measures of Physical Violence by Intimate Partners.
-Explain the conditions, the perpetrator’s course of conduct would meet the definition of stalking.
-Explain Expressive Aggression.
-Name the four different forms of violence against American Indian and Alaska Native Women.
-Name six areas that need to be studied further in order to understand alcohol use and abuse among Alaskan Natives.
-Name four types of verbal abuse in Alaska Natives.
-Identify six methods of control in intimate partner violence.
-Name four implications of anger and aggression.
-List four CBT steps regarding stress reduction.
-Describe three ways regarding empathic verbal responses.
-Explain at what stage will a minority client transfer anger and depreciation to a counselor from the dominant culture, now seen as an instrument of oppression.
-Explain the first attitude and belief a counselor should have in order to develop appropriate cross-cultural intervention strategies and techniques.
-Explain what narratives are.
-Explain what is at the core of the construction of racialized and sexualized hatreds and of socioeconomic meritocracy and classism.
-Explain the Code of Ethics broadened the concept of family to include what.
-Explain an example of a Cultural Competence and Social Diversity knowledge base.
 

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