HSER 351

Crisis Intervention Skills and Strategies

4 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 – August 17, 2018

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

This course is designed to teach the crisis intervention concepts and counseling skills used in helping individuals in crisis situations, including batterings, sexual assaults, suicide attempts, drug overdoses, psychiatric emergencies and family crises. The course includes role-playing exercises. Evaluations are based in part on performance and growth in the role-playing segments. Overlap: HSER 360 Crisis Intervention Theory Seminar.

Special information

Overlap: HSER 360 Crisis Intervention Theory Seminar.

Learning outcomes

General

  • Can apply crisis intervention theory to suicides and other crisis situations, as demonstrated by quizzes, small group presentation, and final exam.
  • Knows communication skills necessary for effective crisis intervention, as demonstrated by quizzes, small group presentations, and final exam.
  • Understand the theory of crisis intervention and where to find crisis resources within the community, as demonstrated by quizzes, small group presentations, student paper and final exam.