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Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology
The student is strongly advised to acquire and read the course texts prior to the beginning of the course for the greatest chance of academic success in this course. These texts are available from the Providence Bookstore.
A biblical and theological reflection on, and examination of common issues and
concerns normally associated with the need for psychological treatment. Etiology, diagnosis, and treatment/care will be addressed. Foci of study may include depression, anxiety, loneliness, addictions, gender issues and human sexuality.
1) An orientation to the use of DSM-IV enabling students to provide a working
diagnosis of abnormal behavior based on accepted DSM-IV criteria and multi-axial classification.
2) An understanding of the biological, sociological, psychological and spiritual aspects
3) Conceptualize psychopathologies employing both sound theological foundations and
responsible clinical acumen in order to develop an assessment, diagnostic and treatment framework that is both clinically responsible and theologically sound.
4) Encourage a critical and creative exploration of the relationship between Christian
American Psychiatric Association. (2000). Quick reference to the diagnostic criteria of DSM IV TR. Washington, DC:: Author. Barlow, D. (Ed.) (2009) Clinical handbook of mental disorders (4th ed.). New York: Guilford. Greene-McCreight, K. (2006). Darkness is my only companion. Grand Rapids, MI: Brazos
Five Journal Articles: Review and Respond
Locate five journal articles on five different psychopathologies. These articles may focus on etiology, treatment or some other therapeutic aspect of the disorder. For each article, briefly review the content in a thoughtful manner. Respond to and critique the content, including both application for counseling practice and a theological reflection. Each should be 3-5 pp. in length. Attach the article to your paper for submission. These assignments are due April 05, 2010. (Total value for this requirement =5x10=50%)
Prepare a four page letter in response to Darkness is my only companion. This letter should be both personal and professional in content, that is, respond to her as one person to another, and respond to her as a counseling professional. What did you agree with, with what do you take exception, what resonated, what would you add to advance her psychospiritual understanding of her story. This assignment is due April 05, 2010. (Total value for this requirement = 15%)
Prepare a seminar or workshop for delivery in a church or community setting pertaining to one of the disorders discussed in this course. Submit the presentation for grading (you are not required to deliver the seminar/workshop). • This presentation should reflect specialized knowledge of the disorder, drawing from
class notes, but augmenting class material with your own substantial research.
• This presentation should be prepared such that it can be grasped by an interested lay-
• For grading purposes, the project should be submitted either in video or in a thorough
(i.e. not talking points) written form. The document submitted should be complete.
• Presentation should reflect a holistic, biopsychospiritual understanding of people and
• Include two bibliographies - an annotated bibliography for your seminar participants,
and a list of works used in the preparation of the material.
This assignment is due April 05, 2010. (Total value for this requirement = 35%).
Submissions may be made in hardcopy or email. They must be posted by the due
date. Late assignments will be penalized. Email submissions should have a running header on each page identifying the work. They can be posted to [email protected]
Students should read Barlow and Greene-McCreight prior to the course start-date so they are prepared to discuss that material in class. Session
Mar 02, PM Schizophrenia, Bi-polar Disorder
Dissociative Disorders, Personality disorders
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Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General
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Gillian, C. (1982). In a different voice: Psychological theory and women’s development. Cambridge:
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