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Human Services Spring 2014

HS 37 - INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY
Units: 3
A historical, social, cultural, behavioral, genetic, political, psychological and economic causative factors in the development of crime are surveyed. Criminal behavior is analyzed using comparison of historic and current theories of criminology.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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3:45PM - 6:50

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location_onHS 105

personM. WEHR

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HS 100 - HUMAN SERVICES IN A CHANGING SOCIETY
Units: 3
An introduction to the Human Services profession. Explores historical and contemporary perspectives of problems in living and the Human Services field. Examines models of helping and related values, skills, and roles of the Human Services professional. Studies the broad definition of the profession of Human Services.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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12:45PM - 3:50

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location_onHS 104

personK. BRANCH-STEWART

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eventFirst eight weeks: 1/21/2014 to 3/23/2014

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9:00AM - 11:45

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location_onHS 105

personS. DONELSON

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HS 110 - FIELD INSTRUCTION AND SEMINAR I
Supervised field-experience in approved community agencies that serve clients in the field of Human Services. Beginning development and use of helping skills, client record documentation and service coordination with emphasis on self awareness and professional growth.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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7:00PM - 8:35

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location_onHS 102

personK. BRANCH-STEWART

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7:30AM - 8:50

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personA. MAHDAVI

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HS 119 - INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Units: 3
Surveys the American criminal justice system including the criminal justice process, law enforcement, adjudication, post-conviction strategies and juvenile justice.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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4:00PM - 6:50

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location_onHS 105

personJ. SALCIDO

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HS 120 - HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
Units: 3
Examines the forces and experiences that shape human development through the life course. Explores the role of human services in optimizing human development within the context of the social environment.
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/31/2014 to 5/22/2014

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9:00AM - 11:45

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personS. DONELSON

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HS 131 - MULTICULTURAL AND DIVERSE POPULATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
Units: 3
Focuses on major cultural, historical and societal themes in the US and highlights competencies required to work effectively in treating substance-related disorders and other mental disorders in subject areas that serve the goals of treatment and rehabilitation. Studies those that have been disadvantaged or excluded from mainstream U.S. society.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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6:00PM - 8:50

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REI
(Off Campus)

personM. WEHR

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descriptionREI is located at 401 S. Tustin, Orange, CA

HS 140 - GROUP LEADERSHIP AND GROUP PROCESS
Units: 3
An introduction to group dynamics and group leadership within the context of the helping professions. Focuses on group development, interpersonal processes, and group facilitation skills. Letter grade only.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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7:00PM - 9:50

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location_onHS 207

personK. BRANCH-STEWART

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6:00PM - 8:50

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REI
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personK. BRANCH-STEWART

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descriptionREI is located at 221 S. Tustin, Orange, CA

HS 150 - FIELD INSTRUCTION AND SEMINAR II
Provides continued supervised field-instruction experience in approved human services community agencies. Emphasizes increased skill development and integration of concepts from human services theory courses.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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7:00PM - 8:35

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location_onHS 102

personK. BRANCH-STEWART

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7:30AM - 8:50

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location_onHS 105

personA. MAHDAVI

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HS 170 - ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS IN OUR SOCIETY
Units: 3
A historical and sociological perspective on the use, abuse and social control of psychoactive drugs. Overviews the biopsychosocial nature of addiction; the impact of addiction on families and society; contemporary treatment and prevention approaches; and the addiction counseling profession.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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7:00PM - 9:50

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personR. GOODMAN

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HS 171 - SUBSTANCE ABUSE: INTERVENTION, TREATMENT AND RECOVERY
Units: 3
Explores assessment, intervention and treatment of substance-related disorders. Attention given to substance use as on a continuum from use to abuse then to dependence. Provider approved by California Board of Registered Nursing. Provider Number CEP60.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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7:00PM - 10:05

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location_onHS 105

personK. SCHMALING

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HS 172 - PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND PHARMACOLOGY OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
Units: 3
Examines physiological, psychological, and behavioral effects of drug and alcohol addition. Includes pharmacologic management and multidisciplinary treatment considerations.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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7:00PM - 9:50

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location_onHS 102

personR. GOODMAN

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HS 174 - CASE ADMINISTRATION, CRISIS INTERVENTION AND REFERRAL
Units: 3
Introduces basic case administration skills. Includes crisis intervention, treatment planning, securing resources for clients, record documentation, screening, data collection, implementation, and aftercare. Emphasizes care of clients with substance-related and other mental disorders.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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1:00PM - 3:50

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location_onHS 104

personA. MAHDAVI

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HS 175 - SUBSTANCE ABUSE EDUCATION, PREVENTION, AND INTERVENTION
Units: 3
Reviews history, theories, models and state-of-the-art approaches to alcohol and drug education and prevention.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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4:00PM - 6:50

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location_onHS 207

personK. SCHMALING

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HS 176 - CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS
Units: 3
Introduction to the assessment processes for the presence of co-occurrence of mental disorders and substance misuse disorders. Explores the relationship of these disorders, also known as dual diagnosis, and discusses the development of concurrent integrated treatment strategies.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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7:00PM - 9:50

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location_onHS 105

personJ. TAYLOR

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HS 177 - FAMILY DYNAMICS OF ADDICTION AND ABUSE
Units: 3
The study of violence, abuse, and addiction within the family and social system. Inclusive of abusive acts towards children, significant others, cohabitating relationships, elderly,and special populations. Examines the relationship of chemical dependency, treatment modalities and current legal and ethical considerations.
eventFirst eight weeks: 1/21/2014 to 3/23/2014

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4:00PM - 6:50

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location_onHS 102

personK. BRANCH-STEWART

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HS 181 - INTRODUCTION TO EATING DISORDERS
Units: 3
Introduction to the history, symptomatology and treatment of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and eating disorders not otherwise specified.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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personL. PHELPS

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HS 182 - SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Units: 3
Explores current childhood and adolescent substance abuse treatment and recovery strategies.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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9:00AM - 11:50

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location_onHS 105

personM. WEHR

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HS 185 - THE BACKGROUND AND TREATMENT OF EATING DISORDERS
Units: 3
Addresses the assessment and treatment of eating disorders in various treatment settings (inpatient, day treatment, outpatient), and the use of community support systems.
eventFull term: 1/21/2014 to 5/22/2014

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personL. PHELPS

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HS 220 - BENEFITS AND ENTITLEMENT
Units: 3
A comprehensive approach to obtaining and maintaining federal, state and regional public income and healthcare coverage for the disabled, elderly and poor. These benefits include but are not limited to California State Disability Insurance, Social Security’s Supplemental Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Medicare and Medi-Cal.
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/31/2014 to 5/22/2014

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9:00AM - 2:50

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location_onHS 105

personM. VAN ESSEN

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HS 285 - ETHICAL ISSUES/CLIENTS' RIGHTS
Units: 3
An introductory course focusing on ethical and legal standards of the human services profession. Emphasizes the relationship of values in the role of counselor, and includes the areas of practice, training, supervision, and consultation.
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/31/2014 to 5/22/2014

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4:00PM - 6:50

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location_onHS 102

personK. BRANCH-STEWART

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