HS150 Personal Effectiveness 3 credits
This course is designed to help students create greater success in college, and in their professional lives, while simultaneously building a supportive learning environment for students in the General Human Services Program. The course utilizes individual and small group exercises to explore human service careers, and issues relevant to being an effective human service professional. Students will learn about setting boundaries, stress management, and burnout prevention as well as other field-oriented skills. Students will be introduced to strategies for providing trauma informed services from a strength-based perspective. This class is accepted by MHACBO to meet part of the certification requirements for alcohol & drug counselors (CADC I).
This course may be taken 1 time for credit.