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   CSL 3480 - Advanced Case Conceptualization

1.0 Credits
Prerequisites: CSL 2061  with a grade of C- or higher.
Client motivation and commitment to treatment begins with the assessment and diagnostic impression that typically occurs at intake. This class will consider the differences between screening and assessment and use of assessment instruments. The class will consider the components of the clinical assessment such as a biopsychosocial interview, assessing risk for self-harm, identifying cultural needs and supports, problem domains, determining stage of readiness for change and strengths of the client. Determining diagnosis utilizing the DSM 5 and resulting level of care for the client will be discussed using the ASAM Criteria. Stages of treatment and systems of care will be covered along with facets of service planning. This class will also seek to enhance the ability of students to offer treatment services in a manner that respects gender, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, cultural, familial, systemic and socioeconomic diversity.
Prev. Course Codes: CSL-248
LEC 15 Contact hours



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