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1 School of Arts and Sciences PSYC520 Course Title: Personality and Counseling Theories 3 Graduate Credit Hours 8 Weeks Prerequisites: None Table of Contents Instructor Information Course Description Course Scope Course Objectives Course Delivery Method Course Materials Evaluation Procedures Grading Scale Course Outline Policies Academic Services Selected Bibliography Instructor Information Course Description (Catalog) This course is an advanced level study of the processes of normal and abnormal personality development and models of counseling and psycho including psychoanalytic, behavioral, cognitive, and existential approaches. Course Scope

2 This course covers thirteen of the most influential theories of personality and psycho. Each theory of psycho will be examined from the viewpoint of its history, the theory of personality on which it is based, the major techniques used by the approach and its applications. Course Objectives Students successfully completing this course will: 1. Examine the processes of normal and abnormal personality development as articulated by each major theory 2. Critique assessment techniques of particular theoretical models and implications for 3. Assess the role of multicultural factors in the development of personality 4. Conceptualize psycho orientations and techniques generated by each theory 5. Assess case study client problems from the viewpoint of each theory 6. Demonstrate APA style and writing skills commensurate with graduate level studies Course Delivery Method This course delivered via distance learning will enable students to complete academic work completely online. Online assignments include classroom dialogs accomplished in groups through threaded discussion forums, examinations and paper assignments. Textbooks Corsini, R. J. & Wedding, D (2010). Current psychotherapies (9 th Ed.). Brooks Cole. Wedding, D. & Corsini, R. J. (2010). Case studies in psycho (6 th Ed.). Brooks Cole. Evaluation Procedures GENERAL ASSIGNMENT REQUIREMENTS Students engaging in graduate studies are held to rigorous standards. Graduate students are expected to exhibit advanced level critical thinking, ability to synthesize multiple sources of information, high caliber writing skills and academic integrity in all course activities. With the exception of discussion forum posts and any other assignments so designated by the course instructor, assignment submissions completed in a narrative essay or composition format may not be written in first or second person ( I or you ). All writing must follow the citation and reference rules established by the American Psychological Association (APA), must be in size 12 Times New Roman or Arial font, double-spaced with 1 margins on all sides of the page and must include a cover page with the following centered vertically and horizontally: Student Name, Date of Submission, Assignment Title, Course Number and Name, and Professor Name. With the occasional exception of necessary brief quotes of specific statistical research findings or terminology used to describe research models or psychological constructs, in which case the

3 author and publication still must be properly source credited and the quoted materials must be used very sparingly (one or two sentences per assignment) and placed inside quotation marks, all written work must be paraphrased (summarized in the student s own words) with proper source citations (See APA guidelines document in the classroom Resources folder). When reporting on what one reads in any published source, including the course text, providing the source(s) used is required. Failure to do so in both the body of and in a References list attached to the end of the assignment submission and to properly quote very sparingly used verbatim content constitutes plagiarism. Any instance of plagiarism, regardless of intent, will result in an assignment score of zero with no option for revision and resubmission for the first incident and course failure for any additional incidents. The website is an excellent, easy to understand resource for APA style formatting and source citation. APA formatting guides are also included in the classroom Resources folder. Scholarly, peer-reviewed journals must be used for assignment completion. Unless instructed to do so for specific assignments, students may not use commercial websites as the basis for completion of course work. Encyclopedia websites, such as Wikipedia or Encarta, dictionaries, About.com and other article summary sites, blogs or opinion slanted news media outlets may not be used for any writing assignment. TIMELY SUBMISSION OF ASSIGNMENTS Students are expected to submit classroom assignments by the posted due date and to complete the course according to the published class schedule. As adults, students, and working professionals, they must manage competing time demands. Should a student need additional time to complete an assignment he or she must contact his or her professor before the due date so the situation can be reviewed and a resolution determined. Not all delayed assignment request will be approved; cruises and planned leisure trips to areas without Internet access are examples of requests that will be declined with the rationale being that graduate students should not enroll in courses in which they expect to not be in attendance for the full term. Work may not be completed early to accommodate anticipated absences later in the term. The University has an extension system and a set of policies (see links on the left classroom screen blue menu column) for managing unavoidable course work extension needs. Routine submission of late assignments will result in points deducted from the final course grade. COURSE ASSIGNMENTS DISCUSSION FORUMS: Due Weeks 1 through 8 Weekly dialogs with classmates will be based on engagement with assigned course readings and/or related multi-media and will take place in the online classroom on designated discussion forums. A set of instructions for each dialog will be posted on its respective forum by the professor. While designed to promote lively discourse within a community of fellow learners, the dialogs are academic in nature and require a scholarly orientation, with students supporting their perspectives with source citations both in the post body and references at the end formatted in APA style (Note: Some APA requirements, such as indentation and italics, may not be supported by the Educator courseware; penalties will not be assigned in these specific cases). Reply posts are required in order to ensure discussion forum interaction.

4 Course Netiquette Online universities promote the advance of knowledge through positive and constructive debate--both inside and outside the classroom. Discussions on the Internet, however, can occasionally degenerate into needless insults and flaming. Such activity and the loss of good manners are not acceptable in a university setting--basic academic rules of good behavior and proper Netiquette must be applied to all communications. MIDTERM EXAM: Due Week 4 The course midterm essay exam assesses students ability to apply knowledge gained through Week 4 of the course. The exam and its instructions are posted in the Tests & Quizzes folder in the classroom. Answers will be evaluated for the degree to which they exemplify advanced level critical thinking and knowledge application commensurate with graduate level studies. BRIEF ESSAY PAPERS: Due Weeks 2 and 5 Students will compose two short essay papers, 3-5 pages in l in which they pursue an assigned thread of inquiry designed to afford the opportunity to apply knowledge gained during the course. Topics for these papers will be posted in the classroom during their respective assigned weeks. The papers must follow the requirements noted above under general assignment instructions detailed in this syllabus. CASE ANALYSES: Due Weeks 3 and 6 Students will develop 2 cases analyses, reported in 3-5 page papers, in which they analyze cases per information and instructions posted in the classroom during their respective assigned weeks. Whereas the papers above are designed to facilitate assessment and synthesis of theories and constructs, the purpose of these analyses is to demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge gained during the course to real world individual cases. The papers must follow the requirements noted above under general assignment instructions and the Appendix attached to this syllabus. LITERATURE REVIEW PAPER: Due Week 7 Students will submit an 8 10 page (not including the cover or References pages) length paper summarizing 6 8 evidence based (meaning reports of findings arising from experimental research conducted by the article author[s] and not opinion articles or publications summarizing multiple research studies), peer-reviewed articles retrieved from the APUS online library. These summaries must not be merely one summary after another with no meaningful connections between them, but rather the paper should integrate and demonstrate clearly how the summaries are logically related to one another in a coherent and well-articulated literature review. The paper will end with a minimum of two paragraphs summarizing points made and articulating suggestions for future research directions arising from the article reviews. An Annotated Bibliography which includes an APA formatted listing of articles to be used for the paper with an accompanying brief description of what each covers (to be written in the student s own words copying or paraphrasing the article abstract is not permitted) must be submitted by the end of Week 3 of the course. The annotated bibliography worth 50 possible points and is part of the total Literature Review Paper points possible. If it is not submitted by the end of Week 3, 50 points will be deducted prior to any other grading of the paper.

5 This assignment submission will be evaluated based on: The degree to which the article summaries are truly integrated and logically related; arbitrary statements of This is related to that without supporting evidence of an actual connection will result in a significant point deduction. Evidence of academically mature insight and use critical thinking skills in analyzing and relating the articles to each other and making suggestions for future research directions. Clear and thorough articulation of the paper s key points. Compliance with APA paper formatting standards. Minimal to no grammar, spelling or basic writing errors Course Requirement Points Percent Discussion Forums % Brief Essay Papers % Case Analyses % Midterm exam % Literature Review Paper % TOTAL % Grading Scale: See the link x.htm for the APUS grading scale.

6 Introduction to Personality, Psychoanalysis 8-WEEK COURSE OUTLINE Week 1 Learning Objectives: Define personality theory and how it relates to models of counseling Discuss the basic concepts of psychoanalysis and its history Examine how Freud s theory of personality shaped psychoanalysis Identify the key components of the practice of psychoanalysis Explore several applications of psychoanalysis Review and evaluate a case study utilizing techniques and methods of psychoanalysis Chps. 1 and 2 in Corsini and Wedding Case 1 in Case Studies in Psycho Discussion Forum 1 Instructions on the Forum Week 2 Adlerian Psycho, Analytical Psycho Learning objectives: Relate the basic concepts of Adlerian Psycho and Analytical Psycho and their histories Examine how these theories of personality shaped their therapies Investigate the components of each in practice Review and evaluate a case study utilizing techniques and methods of these approaches to Chps. 3 and 4 in Corsini and Wedding Case 3 in Case Studies in Psycho Discussion Forum 2 -- Instructions on the Foard Brief Essay Paper

7 Week 3 Client-Centered Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy Learning Objective: Relate the basic concepts of Client-Centered Therapy and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy and their histories Examine how these theories of personality shaped their therapies Investigate the components of each in practice Review and evaluate a case study utilizing techniques and methods of these approaches to Chps. 5 and 6 in Corsini and Wedding Case 4 in Case Studies in Psycho Assignment: Case Analysis Discussion Forum 3 -- Instructions on the Forum Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Therapy Week 4 Learning Objectives: Relate the basic concepts of behavior and cognitive and their histories Examine how these theories of personality shaped their therapies Investigate the components of each in practice Review and evaluate a case study utilizing techniques and methods of these approaches to Chps. 7 and 8 in Corsini and Wedding Discussion Forum 4 -- Instructions on the Forum Midterm Exam

8 Existential Therapy, Gestalt Therapy Week 5 Learning Objectives: Relate the basic concepts of Existential and Gestalt and their histories Examine how these theories of personality shaped their therapies Investigate the components of each in practice Review and evaluate a case study utilizing techniques and methods of these approaches to Chps. 9 and 10 in Corsini and Wedding Case 9 in Case Studies in Psycho Brief Essay Paper Discussion Forum 5 Instructions on the Forum Multimodal Therapy, Family Therapy Learning Objectives: Week 6 Relate the basic concepts of Multimodal and Family and their histories To examine how the theory of personality shaped the Investigate characteristics of Multimodal and Family and how they are practiced Review and evaluate case study utilizing techniques and methods of these approaches to Chps. 11 and 12 in Corsini and Wedding Case 11 in Case Studies in Psycho Discussion Forum 6 -- Instructions on the Forum Case Analysis

9 Contemplative Therapy, Integrative Therapy Learning objectives: Week 7 Relate the basic concepts of Contemplative Therapy and Integrative Therapy and their histories To examine how the theory of personality shaped the Investigate characteristics of Multimodal and Family and how they are practiced Review and evaluate case study utilizing techniques and methods of these approaches to Chps. 13 and 14 in Corsini and Wedding Discussion Forum 7 -- Instructions on the Forum Course Major Paper due Contemporary Challenges and Controversy Week 8 Learning Objectives: Identify challenges likely to be encountered by therapists today Examine several of the current controversies in the field Chp. 15 in Corsini Discussion Forum 8 -- Instructions on the Forum Policies The following policies are detailed in the APUS Student Handbook. Students are responsible for having knowledge of and complying with course and University policies. Academic Dishonesty & Plagiarism

10 Withdrawal/Drop Policy Course Extension Policy Disability Accommodations Academic Services ONLINE LIBRARY RESEARCH CENTER & LEARNING RESOURCES The Online Library Resource Center is available to enrolled students and faculty from inside the electronic campus. This is your starting point for access to online books, subscription periodicals, and Web resources that are designed to support your classes and generally not available through search engines on the open Web. In addition, the Center provides access to special learning resources, which the University has contracted to assist with your studies. Questions can be directed to Charles Town Library and Inter Library Loan: The University maintains a special library with a limited number of supporting volumes, collection of our professors publication, and services to search and borrow research books and articles from other libraries. Electronic Books: You can use the online library to uncover and download over 50,000 titles, which have been scanned and made available in electronic format. Electronic Journals: The University provides access to over 12,000 journals, which are available in electronic form and only through limited subscription services. Tunitin: Turnitin.com is a tool to improve student research skills that also detect plagiarism. Turnitin.com provides resources on developing topics and assignments that encourage and guide students in producing papers that are intellectually honest, original in thought, and clear in expression. This tool helps ensure a culture of adherence to the University's standards for intellectual honesty. Turnitin.com also reviews students' papers for matches with Internet materials and with thousands of student papers in its database, and returns an Originality Report to instructors and/or students. Smarthinking: Students have access to 10 free hours of tutoring service per year through Smarthinking. Tutoring is available in the following subjects: math (basic math through advanced calculus), science (biology, chemistry, and physics), accounting, statistics, economics, Spanish, writing, grammar, and more. Additional information is located in the Online Research Center. From the ORC home page, click on either the Writing Center or Tutoring Center and then click Smarthinking. All login information is available. Turnitin.com. Turnitin.com is an online student writing authenticity verification and plagiarism checking service available to both faculty and students. Some faculty require its use by students while others run checks on papers that appear not to be a student s own work. Students are encouraged to run their own papers through Turnitin.com to catch before submission, after which revision isn t possible, and remove errors such as lack of proper source crediting or

11 content copied word-for-word from published sites, both of which are plagiarism, or too much quoting. All of these lead to negative grading consequences if found in paper submissions or discussion forum posts. The APUS Online Library contains a Turnitin.com use tutorial and generic UserID and password for student use.

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