Evidence of Learning Outcomes

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Evidence of Learning Outcomes

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Subcategory: Education

Level: Academic

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Evidence of Learning Outcomes
[Insert Class Name]
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
Direct Evidence
Create and interpret patients’ case studies
Explain their patients’ ailments and the appropriate course of action to solve those issues.
Show proofs of their performance throughout the process
Demonstrate their understanding of the patients’ therapeutic process
Apply the theories learned in the classroom (Psychoanalysis, behavioral theory, cognitive therapy, Gestalt and integrative therapies)
Receive ratings from their patients
Reflect on their values, attitudes and beliefs regarding counseling
Implement crisis management techniques
Create open-ended questions in a therapeutic setting
Differentiate concepts and processes contributing to effective counseling and
Interpret of the ethical and legal impact of the counseling practice
Assess intervention programs related to personal/social, educational, and career domains.
Demonstrate active listening skills
Improvement of the intervention capacities of the counselor
Compare types of counseling and choose which fits who
Exhibit within the context a degree of expertise in behavioral analysis and school counseling.
Draw out, evoking feeling and working through problems improving self-esteem and crisis management.
Give and receive feedback to and from their peers concerning the theories learned in class.
Restate and interpret current counseling techniques and their impact on the patients’ well-being.
Indirect Evidence
Develop a sense of community
Establish favorable relations with their patients
Elicit empathy and openness in their sessions
Judge appropriate counseling strategies and fix wrong approaches to therapy
Question their old approach to counseling.
Interpret the perceived satisfaction of the patients.
Develop people skills that benefit their work as counselors.
Participate in research and publications regarding the theme
Demonstrate an adequate level of separation from their patients to avoid transference and any other related incidents.