Community Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy (CEEP) Graduate Course Descriptions
CEEP 528. Psychodynamics of the Family.
Psychological interrelationships during developmental stages of life. Theories of personality and counseling. Prereq.: CPSY 323 or permission of instructor. 3 credits S.
CEEP 530. Seminar.
Selected topic in psychology. May be repeated to a maximum of 12 credits. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 593. Individual Appraisal.
Psychological measurement of individuals; instruments used to appraise intellectual efficiency, aptitude and achievement, sensory capacities and efficiency, sensory-motor coordination, group status, personal history; synthesizing data and report writing. Prereq.: 463 or 665. 2 credits DEMAND.
Community Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy (CEEP) Courses for Graduate Students Only
CEEP 617. Psychological Assessment I.
Instruments to assess personality, interests, and attitudes. Objective and projective techniques of personality assessment, personality reports from other mental health specialists, mental health screening such as mental status interviewing, and selection, administration, and interpretation of interest and attitude tests. Prereq.: 593. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 618. Psychological Assessment II.
Psychological and educational assessment. Administration, scoring, and interpretation of several contemporary psychoeducational tests. Theories, approaches to assessment, and approaches to test interpretation. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 619. Professional Orientation and Ethics.
The applied psychology professions' history, roles, and organizational structure. Ethical standards, laws, licensure, and decision-making processes. 3 credits S.
CEEP 629. Vocational Evaluation and Placement.
Vocational evaluation and vocational placement. Placement techniques used in rehabilitation practice, assessment elements of work samples, psychometric testing, and report writing. 3 credits SUM.
CEEP 641. Single-case Design.
Single-case experimental designs and data analysis procedures for evaluating behavioral change strategies in behavioral intervention programs. 3 credits F.
CEEP 645. Foundations of Student Services.
A basic introduction to philosophical, theoretical, contextual, and practical foundations of practice of the profession of student development in higher education. 3 credits F.
CEEP 646. Counseling Older Persons.
Counseling special needs of: expressing feelings of loss, identifying new life goals, and adjusting to the emotional stresses of aging. Prereq.: SSCI 208 or PSY 345 or SOC 350 or consent of instructor. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 649. Affirmative Counseling of Women.
Affirmative counseling practices for women's lifespan. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 650. Rehabilitation Orientation and Ethics.
Rehabilitation history, philosophy, legislation, organization, and resources. Service delivery and ethical and professional issues. 3 credits F.
CEEP 651. Counseling Theories.
Theoretical approaches to counseling. Application of theory to counseling practice. 3 credits F.
CEEP 652. Medical and Diagnostic Factors in Counseling.
Application of health issues and diagnosis as related to disability, counseling and psychotherapy. 3 credits S.
CEEP 653. Psychosocial, Cultural, and Family Counseling.
The psychosocial, cultural, and family factors associated with the counseling process. 3 credits SUM.
CEEP 654. Guidance for Special Needs.
Counseling children with special needs. Legislative, assessment, family, and programming issues examined. 3 credits S.
CEEP 655. Seminar in Rehabilitation Counseling.
Topics in the field of rehabilitation counseling. May be repeated to a maximum of three credits. 1-3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 658. Multicultural Counseling.
Enhancing cultural awareness; developing a knowledge and skill base for concepts, theories, and techniques in multicultural counseling. Counseling practices in a multicultural context. 3 credits F.
CEEP 659. Psychodiagnosis and Treatment Planning.
Diagnostic process and treatment planning in psychology and rehabilitation. DSM-IV and treatment planning for managed care. 3 credits S.
CEEP 665. Measurement Techniques.
Measurement theory, psychological testing, testing procedures, and test interpretation. 3 credits F, S.
CEEP 666. Group Process and Dynamics.
Concepts, theories and skills related to working with groups. 3 credits F, S.
CEEP 667. Career Development
Developing an informational base related to occupational/educational counseling skills. Theories of career development, collecting and classifying occupational information, and incorporating occupational information into the counseling process. 3 credits F.
CEEP 668. Counseling Procedures.
Conditions necessary for therapeutic movement to take place in the counseling relationship. Conceptualizing client concerns, establishing goals, and applying therapeutic interventions consistent with these concerns. Prereq.: instructor permission, 651. 3 credits F, S.
CEEP 669. Supervised Counseling Practicum.
Application of theory and techniques to counseling. Prereq.: 619, 651, 665, 667, and 668. 4 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 670. School Counseling Programs and Procedures.
Develop effective comprehensive school counseling programs and use evidence-based best-practices as school counselors to help K-12 students reach their maximum academic, personal, social and career development. 3 credits F.
CEEP 672. Family, School and Organizational Partnerships.
This advanced survey course emphasizes families as complex and dynamic systems of interpersonal relationships that interact with schools, and formal and informal community organizations. 3 credits F, S.
CEEP 673. Issues in Student Development.
A survey of issues that may affect the development and functioning of college students and the methods and procedures for coping with and/or deterring them and promoting healthful living. 3 credits S.
CEEP 674. Consultation.
Models of consultation and their applications to mental health, school-based, and community settings. 3 credits SUM.
CEEP 675. Research Methods.
Qualitative and quantitative research designs. Internal and external validity. Needs assessments, program/treatment evaluations, and the critical reading of published research. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 677. Stress Management: Process and Techniques.
The nature of stress disorders, assessment procedures, and strategies with which to control stress reactions. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 678. Introduction to Graduate Statistics.
Correlation and regression analysis, probability and sampling theory; estimating population parameters, testing hypotheses. Familiarity with descriptive statistics assumed. 3 credits F, S, SUM.
CEEP 679. Seminar: Research Planning.
Research design and tools. Development of project outline and presentation to members of the seminar. 2 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 680. Spirituality in Counseling.
Spirituality as an integral component of the counseling process; psychospiritual approaches to counseling and psychotherapy; assessment and treatment of spiritual issues. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 681. Practice in Small Group Process.
Supervised practice in conducting small group counseling sessions. Prereq.: 666. 3 credits F, S.
CEEP 684. Psychopharmacology.
Examination of the neurological basis of behavior, pharmacokinetics of drug action, effects of psychoactive and psychotherapeutic drugs, and principles of pharmacotherapy. 3 credits F.
CEEP 685. Individual Intelligence Testing.
Psychological and educational assessment. Administration, scoring, and interpretation of psychoeducational tests. Synthesizing and integrating test finds. Prereq.: 617. 3 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 689. Seminar: Research Reporting.
Reporting of research planned in 679 and subsequently implemented. Preparation of reports in accordance with APA publication standards and presentation to seminar. Prereq.: 679. 2 credits DEMAND.
CEEP 696. Supervised Internship in Counseling.
Supervised agency clinical experience. May be repeated to a maximum of 15 cr. School Counseling students are required to complete 2 of the 3 courses (listed above) as a prereq. to their 696 internship and complete the 3rd course as a prerequisite to the 2nd semester of their internship. Prereq.: 669. 3-6 credits F, S, SUM.
CEEP 697. Internship in Student Affairs.
Internship for College Counseling and Student Development masterís degree candidates in a student affairs setting under the supervision of a site supervisor. May be repeated to a maximum of six credits. 1-3 credits F, S, SUM.
CEEP 699. Thesis.
1-6 credits F, S, DEMAND.
CEEP 863. Life Span Human Development
Advanced study of life-span development, indepth theories related to human development, normal and abnormal developmental trajectories, variations between and within groups/cultures. 3 credits DEMAND.