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Human Services Summer 2017
HS 100 - INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES
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.
eventMeets from: 6/12/2017 to 8/6/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM W9:00AM - 11:50roomHS 102 personS. OsbornsubjectDetails
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HS 110 - FIELD INSTRUCTION AND SEMINAR I
Provides supervised field-instruction experience in approved community agencies that serve clients in the field of Human Services. Focus is on beginning development and use of helping skills, client record documentation and service coordination. Self-awareness and beginning professional growth are also emphasized.
eventMeets from: 6/5/2017 to 8/12/2017
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Open Seats: None Th6:00PM - 8:20roomHS 105 personK. Branch-StewartsubjectDetails
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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.
eventMeets from: 6/12/2017 to 8/6/2017
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonJ. WainwrightsubjectDetails
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descriptionThis class is available as an Internet Class; instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.
HS 131 - MULTICULTURAL AND DIVERSE POPULATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
Units: 3
Focuses on the major cultural, historical, and societal themes in the US and highlights the competencies needed to address and work effectively with people from various ethnic, racial, and religious groups. Examines the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for the treatment provider to understand the full context of a client's sociocultural environment.
eventMeets from: 6/12/2017 to 8/6/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM W6:00PM - 8:50REI (Off Campus)personS. OsbornsubjectDetails
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descriptionCourse enrollment requires REI-issued APCs. REI 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 skills within the context of the helping professions. Focuses on group development, interpersonal processes, and group facilitation skills. Letter grade only.
eventMeets from: 6/12/2017 to 8/6/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM W1:00PM - 3:50roomHS 104 personK. SchmalingsubjectDetails
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HS 150 - FIELD INSTRUCTION AND SEMINAR II
Provides continued supervised field-instruction experience in approved human services community agencies. Emphasizes increased integration of theoretical human services course concepts and industry-related, evidence-based competencies. Letter grade only.
eventMeets from: 6/5/2017 to 8/12/2017
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Open Seats: None Th6:00PM - 8:20roomHS 105 personK. Branch-StewartsubjectDetails
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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.
eventMeets from: 6/12/2017 to 8/6/2017
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonG. HendersonsubjectDetails
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HS 172 - PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND PHARMACOLOGY OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
Units: 3
Examines the physiological, psychological, and behavioral effects of drug and alcohol addiction. Pharmacologic management, metabolic, neurological processes, and drug use during the perinatal period are included.
eventMeets from: 6/12/2017 to 8/6/2017
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonS. OsbornsubjectDetails
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descriptionCourse enrollment requires APC. This class is available as an Internet Class; instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.
HS 176 - CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS
Units: 3
An introduction to the identification of symptoms and the assessment process for the presence of co-occurring disorders (diagnoses of mental health conditions and substance use disorders). Explores the relationship of these conditions including an introduction to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
eventMeets from: 6/12/2017 to 8/6/2017
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonS. OsbornsubjectDetails
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descriptionCourse enrollment requires APC. This class is available as an Internet Class; instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.
HS 220 - BENEFITS AND ENTITLEMENT
Units: 3
Comprehensive approach to obtaining and maintaining federal, state and regional public income and healthcare coverage for the disabled, elderly and low income individuals and families. Benefits include CA State Disability Insurance, Social Security’s Supplemental Income and Social Security Disability Insurance, Medicare and Medi-Cal. Letter grade only.
eventMeets from: 6/12/2017 to 8/6/2017
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Open Seats: None T Th6:00PM - 8:50REI (Off Campus)personG. HendersonsubjectDetails
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