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New non-credit courses in Psychodiagnostics and Psychopathology

Field Instructor Discount
Get $100 off the regular price of $250 ($150 for each course)! Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for specific details on how to register. Please note this applies to Field Instructors only.

Non-credit courses in Psychodiagnostics and Psychopathology will be offered online by the College of Social Work beginning November 20th. These non-credit courses will meet the requirements for Independent Level Licensure in Clinical Practice (LISW-CP). Registration for these courses begins November 1 and will close on November 27. Learners will have until April to complete all modules. You may register for one, or both. Each non-credit course is $250. We will begin a new cohort in January, so if you miss this opportunity, more will follow! Contact Nancy Brown (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for more information. After registration closes, usernames and passwords will be emailed to participants prior to the start of the course on November 20.

$250 – Psychopathology for Social Work – Click here to purchase

This asynchronous online course offered by the University of South Carolina's College of Social Work and provides the basic education for understanding, addressing and treating abnormal behavior using DSM-5 criteria.  Deeper content on assessing and diagnosing mental disorders is discussed in Psychodiagnostics.  In addition, this course includes content from different clinical perspectives that impact social work practice and human service delivery programming.

Preparing for licensure is an important process. Licensure opens doors to a variety of opportunities for professional growth and ongoing development as social workers. Licensed social workers work with a variety of populations; different settings; mental disorders and topics pertinent to client care; diagnosis, treatment and intervention; medication management, symptomatology; and other pertinent information including research. 

Course content includes weekly lectures, weekly quizzes, and relevant videos from a variety of sources that will help to contextualize your learning and improve your understanding of relevant issues in Psychopathology. Blackboard will track your activity in each area. 

$250 - Psychodiagnostics for Social Work – Click here to purchase

This asynchronous online course provides an understanding of mental health diagnostic assessment and testing, differential diagnosing of specific DSM-5 disorders, and a review of treatment modalities for mental disorders. The DSM-5 criteria will be utilized throughout the course, although some discussion of the ICD-10 will be referenced. This content is presented from a social work perspective but is applicable to other disciplines. Course content is especially relevant for learners who have already taken a psychopathology course and/or plan to pursue advanced clinical licensure, such as South Carolina's LISW-CP license. 

Course content includes weekly lectures, weekly quizzes, and relevant videos from a variety of sources that will help to contextualize your learning and improve your understanding of relevant issues in Psychopathology. Blackboard will track your activity in each area. 

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