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1 SECONDARY SCHOOL COUNSELING INTERNSHIP (COUN 585) FALL 2014 Professor: Denise B. Ebersole Course Dates: Aug. 24 Dec. 20, Cell Phone: Faculty Availability I will be checking in on the course daily during the week (Monday-Friday), and at least once over the weekend, unless otherwise notified. I am also very willing and happy to communicate individually with students as needed. If you have questions about the course (assignments, dates, expectations, etc.) please post them on the Water Cooler Discussion Board so that everyone can benefit from the answers. If you contact me individually, my commitment is to respond to you in 24 hours or less during the course. If you have an urgent question, you may contact me on my cell phone. For field experience client emergencies, please contact your on-site supervisor first and follow emergency procedures specific to your site location. Expectations for Students: Mode of Instruction Students will learn in a school setting where they will meet with actual students. Students will be supervised by an on-site qualified counselor and a college-based supervisor. The student is to document at least 300 clock hours of supervised direct and non-direct clinical experience. This course is primarily experiential with required in-person or on-line group and individual supervisory meetings to discuss ongoing issues. Asynchronous/Synchronous Learning This course will require regular synchronous sessions for individual and group supervision with the instructor. Other coursework will be asynchronous through the Canvas site. Course Communication All course correspondence will be sent through Messiah or Canvas messages. Please make sure that you regularly check these accounts as well as the course announcements section. Announcements will be updated regularly with important course information. Course materials The syllabus and all other course materials will be available on the course s Canvas site. Students are expected to read the syllabus thoroughly and know how to access the Canvas site. Professionalism Client safety is of the utmost importance. To help keep your clients safe and have them receive the appropriate care they need students should behave professionally and ethically by using all your counseling resources such as knowing the ACA and ASCA ethical standards of practice and receiving feedback from your supervisors for improving your counseling knowledge and skill so your clients benefit and you have a good internship experience. Page 1 of 14

2 Equipment needed This course requires the use of Skype and Adobe Connect. A USB headset and a web cam are required for synchronous sessions in Adobe Connect. Please refer to the Student Help Resources for Canvas for other equipment and set-up requirements. Student Computing Services (717/ , ext. 5901, or 717/ ) is always ready to help students with computer needs. Course Description: COUN 585 Secondary School Counseling Internship (3) This course is a 300 hour experience under the supervision of an approved site supervisor who is a practicing secondary school counselor. As part of the 300 hours, interns are required to have a minimum of 120 clock hours of direct service to students and are to demonstrate master s-level performance in: the essential services of counseling, consulting, coordinating, and appraising; planning and implementation of classroom guidance activities; professional conduct in interactions with field and college supervisors, students, teachers, administrators, and community members; and such other activities defined as the responsibility of the school counselor at their secondary school placement. Students are also required to work with students with diverse cultural backgrounds (different from their own) for 10 hours (direct or indirect) and are required to work with students with disabilities for 10 hours (direct or indirect). Prerequisites: appropriate clearances, proof of malpractice insurance, student membership in ACA or ASCA, at least 30 COUN credits, proof of conference attendance prior to 2nd internship, COUN 540 and COUN 583. (Any site supervision fees incurred are the responsibility of the student and will be assessed to the student's account). COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of this course, students will: CACREP Assignments Course Objectives CORE CMHC MCFC SC 1. Gain knowledge related to the development of students and factors that influence their development. 1.a Understand the effects of (a) atypical A6 growth and development, (b) health and wellness, (c) language, (d) ability level, (e) multicultural issues, and (f) factors of 5 resiliency on student learning and development. 1.b Assess barriers that impede students academic, career, and personal/social development. H Gain an understanding of strategies and interventions which promote the well-being of students and the school system and develop programs which achieve these goals. 2.a Engage parents, guardians, and families to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of students. F4 2.b F.2 Advocates for the learning and academic experiences necessary to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of students. F2 2 Page 2 of 14

3 CACREP Assignments Course Objectives CORE CMHC MCFC SC 2.c F.3 Advocates for school policies, F3 2 programs, and services that enhance a positive school climate and are equitable and responsive to multicultural student populations. 3. Develop skills and implement programs which promote the well-being of students and the school system. 3.a Demonstrate the ability to apply and adhere to ethical and legal standards in school counseling. B1 5 3.b Provide individual and group counseling and classroom guidance to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of students. 3.c Design and implement prevention and intervention plans related to the effects of (a) atypical growth and development, (b) health and wellness, (c) language, (d) ability level, (e) multicultural issues, and (f) factors of resiliency on student learning and development. 3.d Identifies various forms of needs assessments for academic, career, and personal/social development. 3.e Assesses and interprets students' strengths and needs, recognizing uniqueness in cultures, languages, values, backgrounds and abilities. 3.f Selects appropriate assessment strategies that can be used to evaluate a student s academic, career, and personal/social development. 3.g. Analyzes assessment information in a manner that produces valid inferences when evaluating the needs of individual students and assessing the effectiveness of educational programs. 3.h Makes appropriate referrals to school and/or community resources. 3.i Implement differentiated instructional strategies that draw on subject matter and pedagogical content knowledge and skills to promote student achievement. 3.j Work with parents, guardians, and families to act on behalf of their children to address problems that impact students success in school. D2 D3 G3 4 H1 5 H2 5 H3 5 H4 5 L3 N1 Page 3 of 14

4 CACREP Assignments Course Objectives CORE CMHC MCFC SC 3.k Plans and presents school counselingrelated P2 educational programs for use with parents and teachers (e.g., parent education programs, materials used in classroom guidance and advisor/advisee programs for teachers). 3.l Have a minimum of 10 hours with students with special educational needs as 3 well as complete observations and case studies. 3.m Have a minimum of 10 hours with students with diverse cultural 3 backgrounds as well as complete observations and case studies 3.n Assist in the coordination of services for 3 ELL students. 4. Understand the scope of the school counseling profession and their personal and professional limitations as school counseling professionals. 4.a Demonstrate self-awareness, sensitivity to D1 others, and skillfulness in relating to diverse individuals, groups and classrooms. 4.b Demonstrates the ability to recognize his D5 or her limitations as a school counselor 5 and to seek supervision or refer clients when appropriate. * This course partially fulfills the educational requirements for the LPC in Pennsylvania as specified in 49 Pa. Code 49.2, (9). TEXTBOOKS and other Course Materials: Required: American School Counselor Association. (2012). The ASCA National Model: A framework for school counseling program (3 rd ed.). Alexandria, VA: Author. American Psychological Association (2009). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6 th ed.). Washington, DC: APA. Resources: American School Counselor Association (2004). The ASCA National Model Workbook. Alexandria, VA: Author. American School Counseling Association (ASCA) Ethical Standards, which can be found at %20Issues/Sample%20Documents/EthicalStandards2010.pdf Page 4 of 14

5 ACA Standards of Practice, which can be found at Erk, R. R. (2004). Counseling treatment for children and adolescents with DSM-IV-TR disorders. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. Geroski, A. M. & Kraus, K. L. (2010). Groups in schools: Preparing, leading, and responding. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Kerr, M. M. (2008). School crisis prevention and intervention. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Remley, T., Herman, M., & Huey, W.C. (2003). Ethical and legal issues in school counseling (2 nd ed.). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association. Additional readings assigned by the professor will be posted in Canvas. It is also recommended that you have 1) a current text describing your theoretical orientation and b) a treatment planner for the population you will be working with. Please feel free to contact the instructor if you need a recommendation. Required Video Recording Technology: Students must use a digital video camera to record their mock counseling sessions, which are required in several courses in the program. You are permitted to use the digital video camera of your choice, though we have had proven success with the Flip Video Camcorder and the Sony Bloggie. Other reliable brands include Kodak and Cannon. The Flip and Bloggie are not available in stores but can be purchased online between $100 and $200. Regardless of the brand, make sure you buy or borrow a camera with long enough battery life and memory to record at least 60 minutes. Information Technology Services (ITS) will provide tech support for the camera of your choice but technical difficulties will not be an excuse for submitting an assignment late. Inform your professor if you are having technical problems before the assignment is due. Submitting test videos ahead of time may be beneficial. Please note that your video must be uploaded to the College server and could take several hours to complete depending on the size of the file. You are permitted to use a smart phone or ipad to record your sessions if you comply with the following security measures that align with HIPAA provisions. Specifically, students must: keep the device in a key or combination locked space when you are away from it use a rigorous password to protect your device using a minimum of 8 characters with upper and lowercase letters as well as special characters and/or numbers. This password cannot be a word or name using the substitution of letters with numbers or readily available numbers such as anniversary or birthday dates. implement carrier "lost phone/ipad" protection that will allow for the disabling of the device if it is lost or stolen A signed consent form from the student/client or student s/client s guardian (if under the age of 18) must be obtained before taping begins. Students creating video recordings of counseling sessions and other course material that contains client/student information must maintain the confidentiality of these materials by doing the following: 1. Avoid including any identifying client/student information on materials 2. Labeling videos confidential before submission to any server 3. Submitting videos only to secure Messiah College servers including a Canvas Dropbox and Messiah College Video Server Drive Page 5 of 14

6 4. Not ing links or actual copies of video recorded sessions 5. Erasing copies of all materials including videos at the end of the course Faculty will erase copies of all client/student related materials including videos held in Canvas at the end of each semester. Videos held on the private Messiah College video server will be archived at the end of each semester and deleted after a year. Page 6 of 14

7 Course Assignments/Requirements : Master of Arts in Counseling Program 1. Supervision Meeting Requirements Internship students receive supervision from their site supervisor and from their faculty supervisor (instructor for the course). The site supervisor is required to meet with students for one hour every week. The faculty supervisor will meet with each student individually 3 times during the semester and in a group setting with other internship students on average for 2 hours per week throughout the term. Supervision meetings are listed on the course calendar. Students will not be able to pass the course if all supervision hours are not completed. The class will meet for group supervision on alternating Tuesdays (every other week) from 6:30-8:30 p.m. 2. Advocacy Project Worth 100 points Identify an actual or potential concern at your practicum site related to diversity, equity and/or opportunity. Create a narrated PowerPoint (should about slides and run about 10 minutes) to articulate the area of concern and advocate for the learning and academic experiences necessary to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. The presentation should be designed to present to school administration. The PowerPoint should highlight current school policies, programs, and services that both detract from and enhance a positive school climate that is equitable and responsive to multicultural student populations. The PowerPoint should contain the appropriate level of detail to give administration the information they need to understand the issue, as well as advocate for changes to better address the issue. Students will present PowerPoint to site supervisor (and administration if possible) to discuss advocacy at practicum site and to evaluate advocacy skills. 3. Weekly and Semester Summary Logs Worth 100 points Interns will be responsible to keep weekly logs recording the activities they engage in and the amount of time spent in each. The weekly logs will be used to make a reflection paper on internship activities and should be signed by the student and internship supervisor at the conclusion of the internship. Templates for the weekly and semester summary logs can be found under Files. Points will be based on turning in the logs on time (weekly logs each 1-2 weeks, summary logs according to the due dates listed on Calendar) and with the proper signatures. 4. Internship Reflection Paper Worth 200 points For this assignment, you will submit an 8-10 page reflection paper that includes a summary of the counseling activities you participated in and your reflections on your internship experiences to date. Paper should be presented in APA style. This is a 200 point assignment (100 points for Part 1, 75 points for Part 2, and 25 points for APA style). A detailed description of this assignment is posted in Canvas. Part 1: Discuss the internship activities you participated in at your field site and how those activities relate to the ASCA National Model. (100 Points) 1. Describe where and how your internship activities fit into the four components of the ASCA National Model a. Foundation b. Management System c. Assessment d. Delivery System 2. Discuss the amount of time and attention devoted to each of the three domains: a. Academic b. Career Page 7 of 14

8 c. Personal/Social 3. Use your experiences from your internship and discuss how that has defined your role as a school counselor. Also discuss how your knowledge of the model will help you to find employment at a school district that will best fit your values and roles as a school counselor. Part 2: A goal of Messiah s School Counseling Program is for you to become a self-aware and selfreflective counselor and advocate who understands and addresses issues of racism, discrimination, sexism, power, privilege, oppression, and achievement gap which impact the practice and policy levels of school counseling in a multicultural society. (75 Points) 1. How have your field and course experiences facilitated your self-awareness and selfreflectiveness about the above mentioned issues as they relate to school counseling? 2. Based on your field experiences and coursework training what is your plan to address these issues through advocacy when you start working as a school counselor? APA Style and Format Your paper needs to have a title page, levels of headings, reference section, and follow APA writing style and format. You do not need to have an abstract. (25 Points) 5. Case Study Video and Conceptualization (Total 400 points) Students will complete two video-taped case sessions with student clients at both the elementary and secondary internship sites. Student will secure signed permission/consent/assent prior to taping the session. Student will complete case conceptualization and presentation paperwork (see attached). 6. Professional Development Activity Worth 100 points Interns will attend a professional development activity (e.g., seminar, workshop, conference) and present documentation of attendance. Students will share professional development experiences during one of our group supervision sessions. 7. Mid-Term and Final Worth 200 Points Students will submit site supervisor and self evaluations at the midpoint and end of the internship. Grading: Advocacy Project 100 Weekly and Summary Logs 100 Reflection Paper 200 Case Study and Conceptualization Case Study and Conceptualization Professional Development Activity 100 Mid-Term 100 Final 100 TOTAL POINTS 1100 A % B % A % C % B % C 73-76% B 83-86% F 72 & Below Page 8 of 14

9 Course Policies Extra Credit: Extra credit points are not awarded in this course. Attendance: Punctual attendance and participation in all group and individual supervision sessions is mandatory and the completion of all course assignments is required. Failure to attend a supervision session or complete any assignment may result in a failing grade for the course. Late Assignments: All assignments are due at 11:55pm on the due dates assigned. A 5% deduction in the points available for each assignment will occur for each day an assignment is late (unexcused) unless otherwise noted. Failure to complete any assignment by the end of the course could result in the student failing the whole course. Missed Exams: Makeup exams are allowed only in extreme circumstances, at the discretion of the professor. Any student who misses an exam must contact the professor to make arrangements to take a makeup exam. Content and format of makeup exams is at the discretion of the professor. Returned Assignments: All assignments will be returned to the student for review of the assigned grade. The instructor will attempt to return them in 7 days. If students have questions about the grade assigned it is up to the student to contact the professor and set up a time to discuss the grade. Students may also ask for clarification about a grade through to the professor. Course Information Self-Care Part of the process of becoming a counselor is an ongoing commitment to self-awareness. Students often have strong emotional reactions to the content of counseling courses or skill-development experiences. Students may also become aware of something about themselves that impacts their present or future work with clients. It is important to acknowledge these reactions and in some cases utilize the help of a professional counselor to process them. Students should refer to the program website and student handbook for recommendations about how to find a professional counselor. They are also encouraged to consult with their instructor or advisor in deciding how and when to seek outside support. Library and Librarian Assistance The Library is an obvious source of information for research, presentations and projects. Currently, Elizabeth (Liz) Kielley is the specific library liaison assigned to the social sciences disciplines. Although any librarian is trained and prepared to assist you, Liz works specifically with the social sciences and is most familiar with the resources and databases that relate to this field. Do not hesitate to contact her if you are having trouble locating specific sources for your assignments, as she is more than willing to help you. For her specific work schedule, contact her directly at or by calling ext. (717) , ext Writing Center The Writing Center is available to any graduate student who has a desire to improve his/her writing. The role of the center is to provide feedback (not editing) on written work. Feedback alerts you to the kinds of errors you are making, lets you know when something is not clear, and suggests that you have not fully supported an argument. Feedback does NOT correct your grammatical errors, rewrite your sentences, or provide you with the specific points to support your argument. Ultimately, it is your responsibility to find and use the resources you need to improve your writing but connecting with our Writing Center, either online or face-to-face, is a good place to start. Page 9 of 14

10 COURSE SCHEDULE Week Topic Assignments Due 1 8/24-8/30 2 8/31-9/6 3 9/7-9/13 4 9/14-9/20 5 9/21-9/27 6 9/28-10/4 7 10/5-10/ /12-10/ /19-10/ /26-11/ /2-11/ /9-11/ /16-11/22 Introductions, Discussion of School Counseling Sites, Ethical Decision Making Review of Counseling Skills; ASCA Domains; Counseling students in the School Case Presentations; Activity Plans; Professional School Counseling Library; Professional Development Activity Case Presentations; Activity Plans; Professional School Counseling Library; Professional Development Activity Case Presentations; Activity Plans; Professional School Counseling Library; Professional Development Activity Case Presentations; Activity Plans; Professional School Counseling Library; Professional Development Activity Case Presentations; Activity Plans; Professional School Counseling Library; Professional Development Activity ; Read ASCA Ethics and ACA Ethical Decision making process in Modules; Group Supervision #1 (8/26, 6:30-8:30 PM EST) Schedule Presentations for Case Studies, Advocacy Projects, School Counseling Program Projects, and Professional Development Activity to be completed in group supervision Summary Logs Due Group Supervision #2 (9/9, 6:30-8:30 PM EST) Individual Individual Supervision #1 - TBD Individual Summary Logs Due Group Supervision #3 (9/23, 6:30-8:30 PM EST) Individual Individual Summary Logs Due Group Supervision #4 (10/7, 6:30-8:30 PM EST) Individual Supervision #2 - TBD Mid-Term Due Mid-Semester Summary Log Due Summary Logs Due Group Supervision #5 (10/21, 6:30-8:30 PM EST) Summary Logs Due Group Supervision #6 (11/4, 6:30-8:30 PM EST) Individual Supervision #3 - TBD Summary Logs Due Group Supervision #7 (11/18, 6:30-8:30 PM EST) Page 10 of 14

11 14 11/23-11/29 Master of Arts in Counseling Program 15 11/30-12/ /7-12/ /14-12/20 Planning for Closure; Case Presentations; Activity Plans; Professional School Counseling Library; Professional Development Activity Closure Summary Logs Due Group Supervision #8 (12/2, 6:30-8:30 PM EST) Reflection Paper Due Final Due Final Summary Log Due Page 11 of 14

12 Program Information Hardware and Software Recommendations Student technology recommendations are found on the Information Technology Services website. These guidelines have been put in place to best equip you to have an optimal technological experience in our online programs. Technical Support for Students Technological support is available to all students during the days and times listed on the Information Technology Services homepage. Students also have access to technical support (i.e. tutorials, help functions, etc.) through the College s portal, MCSquare, and through the College s Learning Management System. Program Policies Academic Integrity Personal integrity is a behavioral expectation for all members of the Messiah community: administration, faculty, staff, and students. Violations of academic integrity are not consistent with the community standards of Messiah College. These violations include: Plagiarism. Submitting as one s own work part or all of any assignment (oral or written) which is copied, paraphrased, or purchased from another source, including on-line sources, without the proper acknowledgment of that source. Examples: failing to cite a reference, failing to use quotation marks where appropriate, misrepresenting another s work as your own, etc. Cheating. Attempting to use or using unauthorized material or study aids for personal assistance in examinations or other academic work. Examples: using a cheat sheet, altering a graded exam, looking at a peer s exam, having someone else take the exam for you, using any kind of electronic mobile or storage devices (such as cell phones, PDAs, Blackberry, ipods, iphones, Flashdrives, DVDs, CDs), communicating via , IM, or text messaging during an exam, using the internet, sniffers, spyware or other software to retrieve information or other students answers, purposely disconnecting from the internet to cause a lock on an online exam, etc. Fabrication. Submitting altered or contrived information in any academic exercise. Examples: falsifying sources and/or data, etc. Misrepresentation of Academic Records. Tampering with any portion of a student s record. Example: forging a signature on a registration form or change of grade form on paper or via electronic means. Facilitating Academic Dishonesty. Helping another individual violate this policy. Examples: working together on an assignment where collaboration is not allowed, doing work for another student, allowing one s own work to be copied. Computer Offenses. Altering or damaging computer programs without permission. Examples: software piracy, constructing viruses, introducing viruses into a system, copying copyrighted programs, etc. Unfair Advantage. Attempting to gain advantage over fellow students in an academic exercise. Examples: lying about the need for an extension on a paper, destroying or removing library materials, having someone else participate in your place, etc. Page 12 of 14

13 Penalties for Violations of the Academic Integrity Policy - A faculty member may exercise broad discretion when responding to violations of the Academic Integrity Policy. The range of responses may include failure of the course to a grade reduction of the given assignment. The typical consequence for violations will be failure of the assignment. Some examples of serious offenses which might necessitate the penalty of the failure of the course include cheating on an examination, plagiarism of a complete assignment, etc. The academic integrity policy in its entirety can be found in the student handbook and should be reviewed by every student, as the primary responsibility for knowledge of and compliance with this policy rests with the student. Americans with Disabilities Act Any student whose disability falls within ADA guidelines should inform the instructor at the beginning of the semester of any special accommodations or equipment needs necessary to complete the requirements for this course. Students must register documentation with the Office of Disability Services. Contact (717) Statement of Copyright Protection The materials in this Messiah College course are only for the use of students enrolled in this course for purposes associated with this course and may not be further disseminated. Statement of Confidentiality Students may be asked to post written work and to engage in written dialog with other class members within an LMS. The student should be aware that although confidentiality within the course environment is encouraged, it is possible that users in and outside the course may have access to course content. Page 13 of 14

14 COUN 584/585 School Counseling Internship Case Conceptualization and Presentation CACREP: H.1 Assesses and interprets students' strengths and needs, recognizing uniqueness in cultures, languages, values, backgrounds and abilities. H.2 Selects appropriate assessment strategies that can be used to evaluate a student s academic, career, and personal/social development. H.3 Analyzes assessment information in a manner that produces valid inferences when evaluating the needs of individual students and assessing the effectiveness of educational programs. H.4 Makes appropriate referrals to school and/or community resources. H.5 Assesses barriers that impede students academic, career, and personal/social development. ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION: Students will complete two video-taped case sessions with student clients at both the elementary and secondary internship sites. Student will secure signed permission/consent/assent prior to taping the session. Student will complete case conceptualization and presentation paperwork (see attached). Name: Date of Session: Watch minute to minute Student Client Information 1. Discuss the student background and identifying data (e.g., student school and family; growth and development; health and wellness; language; ability level; multicultural issue; factors of resiliency on student learning and development). 2. Discuss the Counseling Process (e.g., number/type of sessions; strategies; goals; diversity issues; legal/ethical issues; plans for future session; strengths; environmental influences). School Based Case Conceptualization 1. Discuss the student s strengths and needs, recognizing uniqueness in cultures, languages, values, backgrounds and abilities. 2. Select and discuss appropriate assessment strategies that can be used to evaluate the student s academic, career, and personal/social development. 3. Analyze the assessment information in a manner that produces valid inferences when evaluating the needs of this student and assess the effectiveness of his/her educational programming. 4. Indicate the appropriate referrals to school and/or community resources for this student. 5. Assess barriers that impede this student s academic, career, and personal/social development. Counseling Session Reflection 1. Briefly give the background of the student and the situation. 2. As you reviewed the session, what do you believe went well? What led you to believe that this went well (verbal feedback, nonverbal feedback, etc)? 3. What counseling skills were you trying to implement? How well did you do? Give examples. 4. What emotions were you experiencing during this session? 5. What would you change in future sessions? 6. Additional Comments/Observations Feedback 1. Faculty comments on case presentation to peers: 2. Faculty comments on response to peer and supervisor feedback Page 14 of 14

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