This course will focus on the primary case managment principles for rehabilitation counselors. It will include case referrals, intake interviewing, service coordination, case recording, counseling, decision-making, time management, assessment, and codes of ethics. The different cultural groups are explored in counseling perspectives. Students will work conduct an intake interview and develop profiles and a IRP for the client. Ethical diemmas and ethical considerations will also be addressed.
Required Course Resources:
Roessler, R. T. & Rubin, S. E. (2006). Case Management and Rehabilitation Counseling. (4th ed.). Austin, TX: Pro-ed.
Course Learning Outcomes:
By the end of the course, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of:
- progressive counseling skill development
- key components of an effective counselor
- how to conduct an intake interview
- effective procedures and techniques to manage cases through the rehabilitation process
- how to make a medical, psychological, and vocational referral a vocational profile
- standards for the code of ethics