College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Applied Human Sciences

Counseling Program Objectives

Program Objectives- Student Assessment Outcomes—Measured via Formative and Summative Assessments (Paralleled with the University of Northern Iowa Student Assessment Outcomes)

 

Student Learning Outcome to be Assessed

Competency

Assessment Procedures

CACREP Standards

Students will exhibit familiarity with professional orientation and ethical practices as advocated by the American Counseling Association (ACA) Code of Ethics.

Students will demonstrate an alignment with the professional counseling identity.

Progress Review Evaluation Form

 

MH [I.A.2, A.3. A.7, B. 1; II.C.9]

SC [I.A.2, A.3, B.1, B.2]

Students will exhibit knowledge of group dynamics, group leadership, group development and apply these concepts in a variety of group types.

 

Students will demonstrate competency in facilitating groups and command of intervention skills.

Group Evaluation Form

MH [II.D.5]

SC [II.C.5, D.2, D.3]

Students will be able to implement basic and advanced counseling techniques in the framework of helping relationships.

 

Students will demonstrate command of counseling techniques at the basic and advanced levels.

Professional Counseling Performance Evaluation Form

MH [II.C.1, D.2, F.3]

SC [II.D.1]

Students will show command of counseling theories and how to conceptualize cases from a wellness perspective.

Students will be able to implement the knowledge about counseling theories and conceptualize cases from a wellness perspective.

Professional Counseling Performance Evaluation Form

MH [I.A.5; III.E.3, F.3]

SC [II.C.1; VII.M.4]

 

 

 

 

 

Students will provide illustrations of human growth and developmental theories framed in the principles of assessment and appraisal.

 

Students will demonstrate knowledge of human growth and developmental principles using the principles of assessment and evaluation.

Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE)

 

MH [II.D.3; IV.G.1; VI.L.3]

SC [I.A.6; II.C.3, D.3]

Students will illustrate the importance of multicultural issues in the counseling profession when working with diverse clients.

 

Students will demonstrate the infusion of multicultural principles in counseling interventions.

Professional Counseling Performance Evaluation Form (Practicum/Internship courses)

MH [II.D.2, D.5; III.E.1, E.2, E.5, F.3; IV.H.1; VI.K.4]

SC [I.A.6; II.D.3; III.E.1, E.4, F.1, F.3]

Students will identify crisis intervention principles and their application in schools and mental health agencies.

 

Students will be able to integrate the principles of crisis in a variety of case scenarios.

Clinical Mental Health/School Counseling Alumni Program Satisfaction Survey

MH [I.A.9; II.C.6; VI.K.5, L.3]

SC [I.A.7; II.C.6]