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PSYC 543 - Applied Psychopharmacology

Description
PSYC 543. Applied Psychopharmacology. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: Graduate standing, and PSYC 504 or 511 or permission of the instructor. Reviews fundamentals of psychopharmacology and psychotropic medications with the goal of preparing counselors to become more informed members of multidisciplinary mental health treatment teams. An overview of psychopharmacological concepts as well as medication classification, indications, contraindications, and side-effects will be provided. Students will learn basic terminology and models of pharmacokinetics related to psychopharmacological treatment. The integration of counseling interventions and psychotropic medications to the treatment of psychopathology will be emphasized. This course does not purport to prepare the student to be any part of the pharmacological prescriptive process. Credit may not be earned in both PSYC 543 and COUN 513. (42.2801)
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019
Offered
Tu
Avg. Class Size
1
Avg. Sections
1