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Murray State University
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Gui 615 - Behavioral Counseling
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COURSE SYLLABUS OUTLINE Department Educational Studies Leadership and Counseling Course Number GUI 615 Credit Hours 3 semester hours I Title Behavioral Counseling II Catalog Description To examine in theory and practice issues in behavioral counseling that affect behavior change within various clinical settings and to learn techniques applicable to the process of behavior in behavioral counseling III Purpose The purpose of the course is to introduce students to the knowledge skills and principles in human behaviors change The forces of contact are specifically directed at S R theory reinforcement theory systematic desensitization behavioral contracting and self hypnosis IV V Course Objectives A To learn in theory and practice issues surrounding the modification management of behavior To learn methods and processes which affect behavior change within various settings and with differing behavioral problems B To propose implement and conclude an experimental project which is designed to modify manage the behavior of selected subject s C To become experientially involved in classroom discussion regarding behavior modification issues readings and presentation of your experimental project Course Outline Registration Syllabus Review General Discussion Assign Read Chapter 1 Discussion Chapter 1 Assign Read Chapter 1 2 Class Lecture and Discussion Quiz Chapter 1 2 Assign Read Chapter 3 Class Lecture and Discussion Quiz Chapter 3 Assign Read Chapter 4 Class Lecture Discussion Quiz Chapter 4 Assign Read Chapter 5 Class Lecture Discussion Quiz Chapter 5 Assign Read Chapter 6 Class Lecture and Discussion Quiz Chapter 6 Assign Read Chapter 7 Class Lecture and Discussion Quiz Chapter 7 Assign Read Chapter 8 Class Lecture and Discussion Quiz Chapter 8 Assign Read Chapter 9 Class Lecture and Discussion Quiz Chapter 9 Assign Read Chapter 10 Proposals Due Class Lecture and Discussion Discuss proposals individually Presentations and Discussion Final Report Due Presentations and Discussion Relaxation Training Hypnosis and Counter Conditioning Aversive Procedures Behavioral Contracting VI Instructional Activities A Successful completion of quizzes over text and information obtained through class lecture and discussion B Prepare a type written paper proposal which describes and experimental behavior modification management project inclusive of the following 1 An overview of the case to include all necessary background data developmental social medical psychological historical etc of the problem situation 2 Identification of the problem behavior stated in behavioral terms 3 Analysis of the problem behavior indicating the severity frequency duration etc of the problem 4 Selected procedure s for implementing changed or modification and method s for evaluation of the procedure i e base line data procedure implementation post data measure C Implement approved proposed project and submit final type written report Final report should include above A steps plus a Summary and Conclusion section of the completed project D To be present in class and participate in discussion of course topics and issues To orally present a synopsis of your experimental project and results VII Field and Clinical Experience Implement approved project in field setting VIII Resources Required Text Walker J and Shea T 1999 Behavioral Management 7th Merrill Publishing Co edition Levih J and Nolan J Classroom Management 2nd edition Allyn Bacon 1996 Weilkiewicz R M Behavior Management in the Schools Pergamon Books Inc 1986 X Attendance Policy This course adheres to the policy published in the MSU Graduate Bulletin XI Text and References See VIII XII Prerequisites None XIII Academic Honesty Policy Cheating plagiarism submitting another person s materials as one s own or doing work for another person which will receive academic credit are all impermissible This includes the use of unauthorized books notebooks or other sources in order to secure or give help during an examination the unauthorized copying of examinations assignments reports or term papers or the presentation of unacknowledged materials as if it were the student s own work Disciplinary action may be taken beyond the academic discipline administered by the faculty member who teaches the course in which the cheating took place


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