2016-2017 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CPSYC 3422 Trauma and Crisis

In this course, students gain insights and skills at the paraprofessional level for dealing with severe interpersonal and intrapersonal difficulties which are sometimes perceived as crisis situations. Such difficulties include child abuse, severe drunkenness, drug abuse, rage, and traumatizing fear or grief. Analysis of case studies and role-playing is included in the course, and community speakers at class sessions supplement the course instruction.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

One 1000-level CPSYC course AND CPSYC 2421

Offered

Spring semester.