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1 Seminar: Principles of Behavior Change in Rehabilitation Psychology Rehabilitation Psychology & Special Education 984 Fall Semester 2017 Professor: David A. Rosenthal, PhD., CRC, Professor Office: Education Building, Room 405 Phone: (608) Office Hours: Appointments encouraged Class Time: Class Location: 9:00 p.m. 11:45Noon Wednesdays 218 Education Sciences Building Course Overview: The 984 Seminar: Principles of Behavior Change in Rehabilitation Psychology is one of four core seminars required for the Ph.D. degree in Rehabilitation Psychology. Each student is required to satisfactorily complete this course. In addition, each student must pass a written examination related to this content area, graded by three faculty. The preliminary examination will be administered in mid-january, 2018, prior to the start of the spring semester. The examination in this content area of Intervention/Behavior Change serves as one-quarter of the preliminary examination requirement for the Ph.D. degree in Rehabilitation Psychology. The broad content area of study for this seminar is Intervention. Intervention encompasses counseling theories and techniques; cognitive, behavioral, and psychological interventions; career counseling and job placement; theory, issues, and research. Course Objectives: This is an advanced seminar so each student is expected to have previous introductory coursework and work experience related to the content areas. This seminar will therefore focus on acquisition of advanced knowledge, skills and sensitivity about interventions practiced by rehabilitation counselors and rehabilitation psychologists. Students will also be expected to develop skills related to writing/scholarship (via required writing assignments) and instructional skills (via requirement to prepare effective handouts and class presentations). At the conclusion of this course, each student should have attained the knowledge and skills to: a) teach this content in a graduate program (e.g., techniques, theories, group counseling courses, practicum and internship seminars); b) review and conduct research related to this content. c) practice at an advanced level and effectively supervise entry-level counseling students and professionals;

2 Page 2 Course Themes related to Behavior Change: 1. Theories, systems, and therapeutic processes of the major counseling and psychotherapy approaches 2. Comparative analysis (consistency, research support, best practices/effectiveness, and critiques) of the major counseling and psychotherapy approaches 3. Career counseling theories and interventions 4. Health behavior change theories and interventions 5. Intervention strategies for individuals, groups, and families 6. Applications in rehabilitation 7. Outcomes: counselor variables, client variables, content and process variables, research designs to evaluate outcomes Course Requirements: Each student will be responsible for the following: 1. Three classroom presentations on assigned topics. - Each presentation is worth 20 points for a total of 60 points. Classroom presentations will be expected to be professional and thorough as well as to promote discussion. - Students will work in teams of two for the presentations; one student is the primary presenter (for the presentation points on that topic) and one student will provide feedback and assistance in the role of professional colleague (related to class participation credit). Each student must present on one topic from Presentations (e.g., a theoretical approach to intervention) and one topic from Presentations (e.g., an application or special topic). - Presenters should identify two additional readings related to their topic for promoting discussion and application (e.g., recent research studies that demonstrate the theory/approaches being presented). The presenters must post their additional required readings on the course content page at least one week prior to the presentation. - Presentations must include a handout (e.g., PowerPoint slides). The handout should include key themes and content; discussion and review questions (for use in class and for prelim preparation); and suggested references. 2. A publishable quality page topic paper on a theme related to the content of the course (often a topic related to one of the two presentations). - The paper is worth 30 points. - The paper should be written following the 2010 APA Publication Manual (6 th edition) to become familiar with the new writing guidelines.

3 Page 3 - The subject matter of the paper must be approved in advance by the instructor. 3. Evidence of preparation for and participation in class discussions (including role as assistant when functioning as a secondary presenter) Grading Format: - Class participation is worth 10 points. Class participation and discussion Class Presentations (3; 20 points each) Publishable-quality topic paper 10 points 60 points 30 points Writing Center Resources: The UW-Madison Writing Center is a valuable resource for writing tips, individual appointments, and classes to improve writing skills. Online access is available at Accommodations: I wish to fully include persons with disabilities in this course. Please let me know if you need any special accommodations in the curriculum, instruction, or assessments of this course to enable you to fully participate. I recognize the confidentiality of the information you share with me. Required Texts: Lambert, M. (Ed.), (2013). Bergin and Garfield's handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change (6 th ed.) New York: Wiley. Chan, F., Berven, N.L. & Thomas, K. R. (Eds.) (2015). Counseling theories and techniques for rehabilitation health professionals (2 nd ed.) New York: Springer. Recommended Resources: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th. Ed.). Washington, D.C.: Author. OnlineTutorials from the American Psychological Association: a) What s new in the 6 th edition available at b) Basics of APA style available at:

4 Page 4 TOPICS: Introduction to counseling and psychotherapy interventions: past, present, and future Positive psychology and psychotherapy (Seligman) - Topics and Readings DATE TOPIC Assigned readings September 6 TOPICS: Getting acquainted Course Introduction and planning APA style guidelines ASSIGNMENTS: Review topic themes to prioritize presentation choices Start thinking of ideas for topic paper Start reading Introduction to counseling and psychotherapy interventions: past, present, and future September 13 September 20 Trait-and-factor counseling, Career and vocational counseling models, Supported Employment Individualized Placement and Support (IPS) Introduction to counseling and psychotherapy interventions: past, present, and future Humanistic psychotherapy Person-centered counseling Solution Focused Therapy Chapters 8 & 15 Readings as assigned Chapter 1 Lambert Chapter 1 Lambert Chapter 13 Chapter 2 & 3

5 Page 5 September 27 Gestalt and other existential/experiential approaches Chapters 4 Lambert Chapter 13 October 4 Motivational Interviewing Behavioral counseling Dialectical Behavior Therapy Chapter 12 Chapter 7 Lambert Chapter 10 Readings as assigned Exposure therapies (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing EMDR) Readings as assigned October 11 October 18 Cognitive and cognitive-behavioral approaches Rational-emotive-behavior therapy Mind-body connection Chapters 5, & 6 Lambert Ch 11 Readings as assigned October 25 Mindfulness Psychoanalysis: Drive theory: Ego psychology and selfpsychology Object Relations Adlerian Therapy Readings as assigned Chapter 9 Lambert Chapter 12 Chapter 10 November 1 Group counseling and family counseling Chapters 13 & 14 Lambert Chapters 12, 13, & 14

6 Page 6 November 8 November 15 November 22 November 29 Counseling intervention considerations for cognitive and psychiatric disabilities Counseling and intervention considerations for physical and substance abuse disabilities Open Feminist Constructivist Research on client variables Research on counselor/ therapist variables Research Design (Includes Research on process and content variables) Chapter 18 Lambert Chapter 15, 16, & 18 Chapter 16 & 17 Lambert Chapter 7 Lambert Chapter 8 Lambert Chapters 2, 3, 4 December 6 December 13 Research on counseling/ psychotherapy outcome Diversity Discussion regarding future trends Course wrap-up and evaluation Lambert Chapters 5, 6, & 9 Chapter 19

7 Page 7 September 6 September 13 September 20 Topics TOPICS: Getting acquainted Course Introduction and planning APA style guidelines ASSIGNMENTS: Review topic themes to prioritize presentation choices Start thinking of ideas for topic paper Start reading Introduction to counseling and psychotherapy interventions: past, present, and future Trait-and-factor counseling, Career and vocational counseling models, Supported Employment Individualized Placement and Support (IPS) Humanistic psychotherapy Person-centered counseling and Solution Focused Therapy Gestalt and other existential/experiential approaches Presenters Rosenthal Rosenthal Motivational Interviewing 5 6

8 Page 8 October 4 Behavioral counseling 7 8 Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Exposure therapies (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing EMDR) 9 10 October 11 Cognitive and cognitive-behavioral approaches and Rational-emotive-behavior therapy October 18 Mind-body connection Mindfulness October 25 Psychoanalysis: Drive theory: Ego psychology and selfpsychology Object Relations Adlerian Therapy November 1 Group counseling and family counseling 19 20

9 Page 9 November 8 Counseling intervention considerations for cognitive and psychiatric disabilities Counseling and intervention considerations for physical and substance abuse disabilities November 15 Open Choice Feminist? Constructivist? Other? November 22 Research on client variables Research on counselor/ therapist variables November 29 Research Design (Includes Research on process and content variables) December 6 Research on counseling/ psychotherapy outcome December 13 Diversity Discussion regarding future trends Course wrap-up and evaluation Rosenthal

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