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Child Abuse: Introduction, Assessment, Treatment is a Course

Child Abuse: Introduction, Assessment, Treatment

Time limit: 180 days
7.0 credits

$180 Enroll

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Course Description

This course will explore the principles and techniques associated with conducting research in the behavioral sciences with a special emphasis on critical thinking skills.

As practicing clinical psychologists a basic understanding and utilization of research design and statistical methods is fundamental. From being critical consumers of the current treatment literature, to identifying appropriate assessment tools for our clients, to being able to assess treatment progress for our clients - an understanding of these core concepts is essential for becoming a competent clinical psychologist. As such, the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. training program requires graduate level coursework in this area. In addition, the training program culminates in a doctoral dissertation project, which is an application of the research methods and statistical concepts that have been gained throughout the program. This course is designed to enhance the success of students in their graduate program by providing a solid foundation of core concepts in the area of research methods.

This course meets and exceeds the state board licensing prerequisites for coursework in child abuse assessment and reporting for psychologists, therapists and social workers.

Textbook

There are no required texts for this course.

Frequently Asked Questions

CALPCC Licensure

CALPCC courses:

  • Fulfill LPCC Additional Coursework requirements
  • Are work at your own pace with no start or end dates. Anyone can register at any time.
  • Awards continuing education hours upon successful completion

Our online courses do not qualify for NBCC credit

Course Instructor

Daniel Taube, PhD

Daniel Taube, PhD

Daniel Taube, PhD, JD, is an associate professor at Alliant International University, specializing in family and child clinical, legal and ethical issues. He is Chair of the Institutional Review Board and Coordinator of the Forensic Family Child track.


He consults regularly with mental health professionals and attorneys regarding ethics and standards of care in professional practice, and has published research and commentary on such issues

Full course description

Course Date:

Open Enrollment

Timeline:

Self-paced

Course Type:

Asynchronous Web Lectures