COUN 536: Medical & Psychosocial Aspects of Disabilities
This course focuses on medical and psychosocial information regarding chronic illnesses and disabilities in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice. Students will develop an understanding of functional implication of physical, cognitive, and emotional disabilities. Information on disability-related demographics, onset, severity, progression and expected duration, etiology, prognosis, treatment procedures, and rehabilitation and vocational implications will be covered for each disabling condition. This course will also cover medical specialties, therapeutic services, restorative techniques, medical terminology, and medical examinations. Prerequisite: Admission into the Masters of Counseling Program.
Prerequisite: Acceptance to UND Grad School as a degree or non-degree seeking student
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PLEASE NOTE: The Extension option advertised below should NOT be purchased at the same time you purchase this course. Any extensions purchased along with your initial course registration will be cancelled and refunded. Extensions will be allowed closer to the 9 month completion date. An extension information email will be sent one month prior to your end date.