Clinical Psychopharmacology
2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring Addendum
   

APH 5351 - Clinical Psychopharmacology


Students develop a foundational understanding in psychopharmacology important to client-oriented clinical practice in counseling. Students develop skills in forming a collaborative team with the client and the prescribing health professional. The course surveys fundamental diagnoses that may be accompanied by psychotropic medications and methods to help clients monitor medication effectiveness. The course emphasizes psychoactive medications within a biopsychosocial understanding of the client. 3 credit(s)
Course Length: 16 weeks. No RC required