Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program 200 9000 FRAN 6070

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Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program and FRAN 6060 Course Syllabus. Course Description, This course examines sexual issues and clinical interventions from a life span perspective Focusing upon. theory research and clinical interventions it explores the relationship between issues in sexual. development and sexual functioning This course is offered in a one week intensive format . The course provides orientation in sex counselling and therapy It is assumed that participants already. have a foundation in the theory and skills of relationship therapy and knowledge of basic anatomy . gender socialization basic models of sexual arousal and response as well as an overview of sexuality over. the lifespan The week intensive program provides basic and intermediate assessing skills theoretical. models information and materials for sex therapy intervention with a range of clients Facilitative. learning will take place within small group discussions and practice therapy sessions with participants. simulating clients and consultation teams along with lectures and videos . Required Textbooks, Kleinplatz P 2012 New Directions in Sex Therapy Innovations and Alternatives 2nd ed . Philadelphia PA Brunner Routledge , More affordable version available in E book via Kindle or Brunner Routledge . Levine S B Risen C B Althof S E 2016 Handbook of Clinical Sexuality for Mental Health. Professionals 3rd ed New York Routledge, ISBN 10 1138860263 ISBN 13 978 1138860261 This text is available in a Kindle edition. Recommend Books, Hertlein K M Weeks G R Gambescia N 2015 Systemic Sex Therapy 2nd Ed New York Routledge .
ISBN 10 0415738210 ISBN 13 978 0415738217, Hertlein K M Weeks G R Gambescia N 2015 A Clinician Guide to Systemic Sex Therapy 2nd Ed New. York Routledge , ISBN 10 0415738393 ISBN 13 978 0415738392. Note If you are planning to practice as a sex therapist you may want to consider investing in the. recommended books as you continue your professional development The cost of books is high . and the timing to purchase them may not be ideal however it is imperative to have read the. assigned readings to fully experience and engage in the course Therefore I recommend you. borrow the text from the library or colleague or look at sharing the resources with your. colleagues , Purchasing Your Textbooks, The required textbooks are available for purchase from the University of Guelph bookstore a few weeks prior. to the start date for the course https www bookstore uoguelph ca . You may also purchase your textbook from an online bookseller Remember that if your textbooks are being. ship to allow 4 6 weeks for them to arrive , University of Guelph May 2017. Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program and FRAN 6060 Course Syllabus. Course Website, This course makes use of CourseLink our online learning management system The course website contains.
your course readings resources and other relevant information . Log into your course website to access the course readings participate in class discussions and to upload. assignments ,CourseLink System Requirements, You are responsible for ensuring that your computer system meets the necessary system requirements Use. the browser check tool to ensure your browser settings are compatible and up to date Results will be. displayed in a new browser window ,Technical Support. If you need any assistance with the software tools or the CourseLink website contact CourseLink Technical. Support ,CourseLink Technical Support,University of Guelph. Day Hall Room 211,Email courselink uoguelph ca,Tel 519 824 4120 ext 56939. Toll Free CAN USA 1 866 275 1478,Walk In Hours Eastern Time .
Mon Fri 8 30 am 4 30 pm,Phone Email Hours Eastern Time . Mon Fri 8 30 am 8 30 pm,Sat 10 00 am 4 00 pm,Sun 12 00 pm 6 00 pm. e Reserve, The readings are accessible online through eReserve link on the Navigation Bar located on the course. website You will need your Central Login ID and password in order to log into the website These are. provided to you in your confirmation email , For further instructions on accessing reserve resources visit How to Get Course Reserve Materials . If at any point during the course you have difficulty accessing reserve materials please contact the e Learning. and Reserve Services Staff at , e Learning and Reserve Services.
Tel 519 824 4120 ext 53621, Email libres2 uoguelph ca. Location McLaughlin Library First Floor University of Guelph. University of Guelph May 2017, Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program and FRAN 6060 Course Syllabus. Course Format , This course will be facilitated through didactic presentations case vignettes and or videos experiential. exercises role plays small and large group discussions case presentations and readings Course. participants are encouraged to actively participate throughout the course and are expected to attend all. five days of the courses , Cautionary Note Throughout the week sexually explicit material variations of sexual. behaviour expressions and orientations will be presented in various forms. i e videos presenters Persons who have values which conflict with this. type of learning would be better served by taking a course. with less focus on reflective and experiential lear ning . This course makes use of our online learning management system CourseLink Your instructor will post. readings the course syllabus and other information you will need for the course You will be provided. your login information two weeks prior to the start of your course . Meaningful Learning Experience , All participants are encouraged to be active inquiry based learners in their acquisition of the course content.
and learning process Active participatory learning includes openness to different perspectives . demonstration of collegial and respectful relationships with peers course facilitators and guest speakers . the ability to receive and integrate feedback the ability to modulate affect appropriate to the activities of. the course and the ability to maintain appropriate boundaries When group work is required participants. are expected to work collaboratively contributing effectively to the group and actively learning from. others ,Course Requirements Assignments and Grading. This course is structured to provide all participants with various learning opportunities while meeting. academic and professional standards Each student will receive a final numerical grade in the course. based on successfully completing the required components of this course Course requirements see. below for details include attendance and active participation professional consultation practices and. writing a therapeutic action plan All students have the option to critically engage with research by. submitting the optional commentary assignment , Attendance and Participation 25 . Attendance is mandatory and participants must be present every day for the whole day . Client Consultation and Therapeutic Planning Group 25 . Participants will have the opportunity to work in consultation groups throughout the week and expand their. sexuality knowledge assessment skills and intervention abilities These consultation processes are. intended to provide participants with an interdisciplinary experience to develop holistic therapeutic plans . identifying appropriate referrals while addressing a range of client s sexual concerns . Client Therapeutic Action Plan 35 , Each participant will develop and submit a brief and holistic Client Therapeutic Action Plan due on Sunday. May 29 2017 at 6 00pm eastern time via Course Link a week after completing the in class portion After. University of Guelph May 2017, Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program and FRAN 6060 Course Syllabus. the in class consultations you will individually develop a Therapeutic Action Plan regarding the client. situation you and your group members have consulted about . This kind of brief therapeutic action plan tends to be an essential document when making a referral. and or presenting to clinical management in an agency context . Excellent therapeutic plans are like a personally tailored item of clothing every part of the person and. their context s is taken into account As sex therapists in training the expectation is not to develop the. perfect therapeutic plan although you are encouraged to develop the best plan you can as much as it. is to identify what elements and client needs are important to consider for a helpful and appropriate. therapeutic plan , Being actively involved and contributing to the consultation group members will be necessary for the.
development of your therapeutic action plan You will need to bring together what you have learned. from these consultations your understanding of in class material and ideas from the assigned readings. that are relevant to your specific client situation . Critical Commentary 15 This is an optional assignment . The purpose of this critical commentary is to provide a thorough explanation of your ideas knowledge . and position regarding an article in the field of sex therapy specifically sexuality and relationships A. critical commentary is an evaluation that includes both the strengths and the limitations of the article . This assignment must be submitted by Sunday June 4 2017 at 6 00pm eastern time No late. exceptions it is an optional assignment , All assignments will expect students to apply critical thinking professional ethics and knowledge of. therapeutic intervention along with understanding of the problem presented More information. regarding assignments will be posted and distributed to all students prior to the start of course and. time will be allocated to during class to discuss assignment requirements . Assignment Submission Schedule Due Dates, Assignment Evaluation Weight Due Date. Component Mapped, to Learning, Objectives, Attendance Participation A 25 Friday May 19. Client Consultation Group Therapeutic B 25 Friday May 19. Action Planning, Individual Therapy Action Plan C 35 Sunday May 28. Critical Commentary D 15 Sunday June 4, University of Guelph May 2017.
Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program and FRAN 6060 Course Syllabus. Grading, The assignment of grades at the University of Guelph is based on these standards . 80 100 A Excellent An outstanding performance in which the student demonstrates a superior grasp of. the subject matter and an ability to go beyond the given material in a critical and constructive manner The. student demonstrates a high degree of creative and or logical thinking a superior ability to organize to. analyze and to integrate ideas and a thorough familiarity with the appropriate literature and techniques . 70 79 B Good A more than adequate performance in which the student demonstrates a thorough. grasp of the subject matter and an ability to organize and examine the material in a critical and. constructive manner The student demonstrates a good understanding of the relevant issues and a. familiarity with the appropriate literature and techniques . 60 69 C Acceptable An adequate performance in which the student demonstrates a generally. adequate grasp of the subject matter and a moderate ability to examine the material in a critical and. constructive manner The student displays an adequate understanding of the relevant issues and a. general familiarity with the appropriate literature and techniques . 50 59 D Minimally Acceptable A barely adequate performance in which the student demonstrates a. familiarity with the subject matter but whose attempts to examine the material in a critical and. constructive manner are only partially successful The student displays some understanding of the. relevant issues and some familiarity with the appropriate literature and techniques . 0 49 F Fail An inadequate performance ,Submission of Assignments. Individual assignments are to be submitted online to the course Dropbox and cannot be accepted by email to. the instructor Submit each assignment electronically to the appropriate folder via the Dropbox link located in. the navigation bar on the course website , Assignments are due at midnight on the day of the due date indicated on the above Assignment Submission. Schedule Due Dates Once you have completed your assignment save your file in the format indicated in. your assignment instructions and according to the convention LastNameFirstNameAssignment1 docx . Be sure to keep a back up copy of all of your assignments in the event that they are lost in transition In order. to avoid any last minute computer problems your instructor strongly recommend you save your assignments. to a cloud based file storage e g Google Docs Dropbox or send to your email account so that should. something happen to your computer the assignment could still be submitted on time or re submitted . When submitting your assignments using the Dropbox be sure to not leave the page until your assignment. has successfully uploaded To verify that your submission was complete you can view the Dropbox. submission history immediately after the upload to see which files uploaded successfully The system will also. email you a receipt Save this email receipt as proof of submission Be sure to make a back up copy of all of. your assignments in the event that they are lost in transition . Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program and FRAN 6060 Course Syllabus Course Description This course examines sexual issues and clinical interventions from a life span perspective Focusing upon theory research and clinical interventions it explores the relationship between issues in sexual development and sexual functioning This course is

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