|Dr. D. Quagliana
|Every three years
|This Module alerts the students to specifically Christian approaches within the helping professions. In other modules, the elements of faith may be overlooked but this seeks to introduce another aspect.
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|Content of the Module
|A survey of Christian approaches to counseling. Emphasis on the development of Christian approaches as they relate to theoretical and clinical advances in the field of counseling. Focus on the theological underpinnings of each approach.
This course prepares students to integrate faith issues into their work in the helping professions. This includes areas such as the personal faith development of the student, self-care of the service provider, ethics in the delivery of services, social justice in the provision of services to the underserved, working with people with diverse faith backgrounds, integrating care with faith communities, and faith/spiritual interventions in the context of services.
A. General Learning Objectives
B. Specific Behavioral Objectives
|A. Personal faith development of the student
B. Self-care of the service provider
C. Ethics in the delivery of services
D. Social justice in the provision of services to the underserved
E. Working with people with diverse faith backgrounds
F. Integrating care with faith communities
G. Faith/spiritual interventions