PSC 582 Career Development Theories and Techniques Online Course

Meet Requirements Towards LPCC Licensure with
AUSB’s 10-Week Online Career Course Starting July 2013

The MA in Clinical Psychology program at Antioch University Santa Barbara is presenting a special 10-week online course, Career Development Theories and Techniques, to help Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) candidates meet their licensure requirements. Students will gain knowledge and skills to help their clients make effective decisions and take appropriate actions in their career/life development, both individually and in groups.

A Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in California is able to offer psychotherapeutic services that include establishing counseling goals and objectives to empower individuals to deal adequately with life situations, reduce stress, experience growth, change behavior, and make well-informed rational decisions. AUSB’s MA in Clinical Psychology program meets the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) academic requirements for LPCC licensure in the State of California. 

PSC 582 Career Development Theories and Techniques Online Course
Starting Date: July 1, 2013
Course Type:  Online/Hybrid 
Registration Deadline: June, 30 2013

Course
Description

This is a 4.5 unit course offering 45 hours of contact time over ten weeks beginning the first week of July at Antioch University Santa Barbara. This course will provide both the theoretical foundation and the practical experience necessary to understand and foster the career/lifestyle development for clients both individually and in groups. Students will be prepared with the necessary knowledge and skills to collect, evaluate, and use occupational and life development data in helping individual clients and various client populations to make effective decisions and take appropriate actions in their career/life development.

Tuition

The tuition for this course is $621 per unit ($358 per unit for Antioch University alumni).

Eligibility

The Career Development course is designed for current MA in Clinical Psychology LPCC-track students, program alumni, and previously licensed MFTs/LCSWs with the goal of obtaining LPCC licensure. In addition, this course may also be of interest to clinicians who want to gain some knowledge about career to help their clients, as well as anyone interested in performing career counseling or coaching.

Registration

Please complete the Special Student Registration Form and submit your form with the tuition payment to the attention of the Registrar’s office by June 30, 2013. Once approved by the Program Chair, your registration and payment will be processed, and you will receive notification when your registration is complete.

If you have any question about the registration process, please contact the Registrar’s Office at registrar.ausb[at]antioch.edu or 805-962-8179 x 5105