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Viewing outcome relationships between HMSR 111 - PRINCIPLES OF INTERVIEW/COUNSELING and 12 - Justice Systems - Corrections

Last approved: Thu, 01 Feb 2024 14:01:41 GMT

Last edit: Tue, 16 Jan 2024 18:19:13 GMT

12 - Justice Systems - Corrections
  • PLO 1: The role of corrections in the criminal justice system
    • CLO 4: Describe how an interviewer effectively utilizes prompts, probes, challenges (confrontation), empathy, active listening, attending behaviors, silence, strategies and plans for action with any client
    • CLO 5: Demonstrate general helping skills such as active/accurate listening, attending behaviors, how and when to ask open-ended or close-ended questions, prompts/probes, etc.
    • CLO 6: Demonstrate appropriate skills that enhance rapport and trust building in the helping interview (genuineness, warmth, empathy, respect for the client, effective confrontation, etc.)
  • PLO 3: Apply appropriate counseling therapies and/or recognized treatments in assisting clients in various correctional settings including but not limited to long and short-term correctional facilities, diversion, and post-incarceration aftercare programs
    • CLO 1: Explore the potentials and pitfalls of any “helping Relationship”/process
    • CLO 2: Identify several personal characteristics helpers need according to research
    • CLO 3: Outline the phases of the counseling process
  • PLO 4: Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior in the performance of any duty or assignment
    • CLO 9: Assume responsibility for one’s strengths and weaknesses as they pertain to helper characteristics, attributes, and skills
    • CLO 10: Be able to acknowledge both healthy and unhealthy motivation or issues which may have made this field appealing
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