HSV 123 - Helping Skills, Techniques, and Ethics in Human Services and Social Work
This course helps the human services student develop the knowledge, skills, and personal characteristics that are critical for an effective helping relationship. This course provides an overview of and practice in basic interviewing and helping skills. The student will gain practice with case conceptualization through various frameworks, including, but not limited to, the bio/psycho/social model. This course will additionally provide a foundational knowledge of relevant legal and ethical considerations in the helping professions, including the importance of multicultural competencies. Students in this course will explore their personal helping style, strengths, and growing edges, and will gain experience in identifying the stages of the helping relationship.
Prerequisite(s): HSV 113 , PSY 110
Pre/Corequisite(s): HSV 122
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