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ID Title Professor
CC 822 MWC
Lifestyle and Career Counseling
T: 8:00AM-10:10AM
Imhoff
Lifestyle and Career Counseling Download Syllabus Tuesday - 8:00AM-10:10AM
Columbus
3 Credit Hours

Designed to equip the counselor with the concepts and skills necessary to do lifestyle and career assessment and to implement career goals in a plan of action from a Christian viewpoint.

Brad Imhoff, MA, PC bimhoff1@ashland.edu 419-289-5144
CC 836 MWC
Practicum in Counseling I
T: 3:05PM-4:30PM
Sadler-Gerhardt, Facilitators
Practicum in Counseling I Download Syllabus Tuesday - 3:05PM-4:30PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

This practicum focuses on the basic counseling skills, providing opportunities for observation and active practice of these behaviors. Constructive feedback is provided by the practicum supervisor through the use of role-playing and structured exercises.

Claudia Sadler-Gerhardt, PhD, PCC cgerhard@ashland.edu 419-289-5163
Facilitators Facilitators
CC 837 MWC
Practicum in Counseling II
T: 3:05PM-4:30PM
Sadler-Gerhardt, Facilitators
Practicum in Counseling II Download Syllabus Tuesday - 3:05PM-4:30PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

This course continues to build on the basic listening and speaking skills required for effective counseling. Sessions focus on practical role-plays. Feedback from practicum supervisor and peers is used to help in skill development.

Claudia Sadler-Gerhardt, PhD, PCC cgerhard@ashland.edu 419-289-5163
Facilitators Facilitators
CC 838 MWC
Practicum in Counseling III
T: 3:05PM-4:30PM
Sadler-Gerhardt, Facilitators
Practicum in Counseling III Download Syllabus Tuesday - 3:05PM-4:30PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

Continues the development of basic counseling skills. Students receive feedback on audio and videotaped material of their own counseling activities in field settings.

Claudia Sadler-Gerhardt, PhD, PCC cgerhard@ashland.edu 419-289-5163
Facilitators Facilitators
CC 847 MWC
Counseling and Consulting Services
T: 1:30PM-2:55PM
Johnson
Counseling and Consulting Services Download Syllabus Tuesday - 1:30PM-2:55PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

This course deals with consultation theory and process as related to agencies and post-secondary educational institutions. Explores roles and functions of counselors and student personnel specialists in program and proposal development, conflict management, organization, administration, evaluation of services, public relations, and knowledge of community resources and referral process. Students will be helped to respond to the cultural context of each group, agency, or organization.

Darrell Johnson djohns30@ashland.edu 419-289-5630
CC 851 A
Special Issues in Abnormal-Personality Disorders (Category I)
M: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Wetherbee
Special Issues in Abnormal-Personality Disorders (Category I) Download Syllabus This class meets synchronously with the Ashland section - register for the Ashland course.
Monday - 6:00PM-9:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

This course is designed to give the student a deeper understanding of personality disorders. Attention is given to recognizing and addressing the dynamics the various personality disorders create in the therapeutic process and to adapting treatment plans to address Axis II diagnosis.

Lee Wetherbee, PhD, LP, LPCC-S lwetherb@ashland.edu 419-289-5995
CC 861 COL
Personality Assessment (Category II) - CLOSED
T: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Donofrio
Personality Assessment (Category II) - CLOSED Download Syllabus Tuesday - 6:00PM-9:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

Advanced concepts are presented for the assessment of personality using objective (i.e. non-projective) assessment instruments. Special attention will be given to the development, nature (structure), administration, and interpretation of objective personality instruments. Both scientific and practical aspects of these inventories will be addressed.

Tony Donofrio, PhD, PC adonofri@ashland.edu 419-289-5180
CC 881 COL
Advanced Marital Counseling (Category IV)
F: 6:00PM-9:00PM, S: 8:30AM-1:00PM
Kelso
Advanced Marital Counseling (Category IV) Download Syllabus Class meets the weekends of April 4-5, 11-12, 25-26 and May 2-3.
Friday - 6:00PM-9:00PM, Saturday - 8:30AM-1:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

This class is to help the students gain a deeper understanding of theory, as it applies to clinical application. Specific techniques will be learned to help the student intervene in difficult patterns and situations.

Linda Kelso lkelso@ashland.edu
CC 891 MWC
Introduction to Research Methods and Design
T: 10:20AM-12:30PM
Donofrio
Introduction to Research Methods and Design Download Syllabus Tuesday - 10:20AM-12:30PM
Columbus
3 Credit Hours

Provides the student with a review of the basic concepts and methods of social/behavioral research. Material to be covered includes: questionnaire construction, interview techniques, observational methods and statistical analysis.

Tony Donofrio, PhD, PC adonofri@ashland.edu 419-289-5180
CC 893 COL
Supervision in Counseling (Category IV)
F: 6:00PM-9:00PM, S: 8:30AM-1:00PM
Mann
Supervision in Counseling (Category IV) Download Syllabus This class meets the weekends of May 9-10 and 16-17.
Friday - 6:00PM-9:00PM, Saturday - 8:30AM-1:00PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the supervisory processes and procedures in the field of clinical counseling. Students will gain an understanding of various models of supervision, the supervisor-supervisee relationship, supervisory contracts, evaluation procedures, legal and ethical issues in supervision, documentation, and individual and cultural differences in supervision.

David P. Mann, PhD, LPCC-S dmann@ashland.edu 419-289-5872
CC 896 MWC
Internship in Counseling I
T: 3:05PM-4:30PM
Wetherbee
Internship in Counseling I Download Syllabus Tuesday - 3:05PM-4:30PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

An internship is a post-practicum, on-the-job experience in professional counseling which enables the student to refine and enhance basic counseling skills and to integrate professional knowledge and skills. The internship involves work with bona fide clients and is under the tutelage of an on-site supervisor who is an independently licensed mental health professional, acceptable to the Ohio Counselor and Social Worker Board.

Lee Wetherbee, PhD, LP, LPCC-S lwetherb@ashland.edu 419-289-5995
CC 897 MWC
Internship in Counseling II
T: 3:05PM-4:30PM
Wetherbee
Internship in Counseling II Download Syllabus Tuesday - 3:05PM-4:30PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

This course continues the experience of CC 896 in an on-the-job experience in professional counseling under the tutelage of an on-site supervisor.

Lee Wetherbee, PhD, LP, LPCC-S lwetherb@ashland.edu 419-289-5995
CH 632 COL
Historical Theology II - CANCELED
W: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Stoffer
Historical Theology II - CANCELED Download Syllabus Wednesday - 6:00PM-9:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

This course is a continuation of Historical Theology I and takes up the development of Christian thought with the Reformation and continues to the modern era. Special consideration is given to major figures, literature and controversies that have influenced the church in a significant way.

Dale R. Stoffer dstoffer@ashland.edu 419-289-5985
CT 632 COL
Historical Theology II - CANCELED
W: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Stoffer
Historical Theology II - CANCELED Download Syllabus Wednesday - 6:00PM-9:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

This course is a continuation of Historical Theology I and takes up the development of Christian thought with the Reformation and continues to the modern era. Special consideration is given to major figures, literature and controversies that have influenced the church in a significant way.

Dale R. Stoffer dstoffer@ashland.edu 419-289-5985
IT 790 COL
Senior Seminar - CANCELED
Senior Seminar - CANCELED This class has been cancelled. Columbus students needing this for spring quarter graduation are encouraged to join the Ashland class, which meets the weekends of April 11-12; May 2-3, 30-31.
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

The Senior Seminar is meant to be an interdisciplinary experience in which students conduct research in either a field of their special interest or a general topic selected by faculty leading the seminar. Students will be encouraged to critically reflect upon a topic from a biblical, historical or theological perspective. Students will share the results of their research in a paper presentation in a seminar format.

MM 631 MDCOL
Leadership
M: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Bevere
Leadership Download Syllabus Monday - 6:00PM-9:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

This course equips students to develop a philosophy of leadership, based upon a biblical, theological, and individual heritage of the student. This will include both character and competency issues that the leader must know, develop and apply within their context of ministry. Leadership is both about being and doing, finding the balance, and knowing that leadership development is a lifelong spiritual journey.

Matthew Bevere, DMin mbevere@ashland.edu 419-289-5815
MM 724 COL
Communication and Conflict in the Church - CANCELED
Communication and Conflict in the Church - CANCELED Columbus 4 Credit Hours

This course will provide an overall view of communication and the process of conflict resolution in the administration of the local congregation including committees, boards and staff.

NT 502 COL
Greek Exegesis
T: 6:00PM-9:00PM
deSilva
Greek Exegesis Download Syllabus Tuesday - 6:00PM-9:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

This course builds on the linguistic and exegetical skills learned in Greek I and II and Foundations of Bible Study. The course will normally be based on a New Testament text that is short enough to be translated in its entirety during a ten-week quarter and is of sufficiently accessible Greek, but also rich in passages that address the matters of core identity in Christ, character, and calling, as well as offer windows into the challenges and stresses of particular pastoral situations (e.g., Philippians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Timothy, or James). Provision will also be made for training students in, and giving appropriate assignments to reinforce devotional reading of the Scriptures in the biblical languages.

David A. deSilva, Ph.D. ddesilva@ashland.edu 419-289-5933
NT 512 COL
New Testament II - CANCELED
Th: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Morton
New Testament II - CANCELED Download Syllabus Thursday - 6:00PM-9:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

This course is an introduction to the New Testament epistolary literature, Acts, and Revelation. It includes surveys of interpretive approaches as well as considerations of historical and cultural issues such as Acts and Hellenistic historiography; the new perspective on Paul and its criticisms; historical/pastoral setting of each epistle and Revelation; message of each epistle and Revelation; ancient epistolography and the New Testament; rhetorical criticism; and Revelation as an Apocalypse.

Russell Morton rmorton2@ashland.edu
NT 708 COL
Exegesis of Galatians
T: 6:00PM-9:00PM
deSilva
PM 695 COL
Preaching Practicum
F: 6:00PM-9:00PM, S: 8:00AM-4:00PM
Thompson
Preaching Practicum Download Syllabus This class meets the weekends of April 11-12; May 2-3, 23-24
Friday - 6:00PM-9:00PM, Saturday - 8:00AM-4:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

This follow-up course to PM 511 assumes all of the skills and readings that were presented there. The focus in the practicum is to build upon the exegetical, sermon delivery and other skills that students encountered in PM 511.

Michael B. Thompson mthomps5@ashland.edu 419-289-5707
PM 753 COL
Health and Chronic Illness
F: 6:00PM-9:00PM, S: 8:00AM-4:00PM
Whiteside, Ramsey
Health and Chronic Illness Download Syllabus This course meets in conjunction with PM 846 Counseling the Dying and Grieving on the weekends of March 28-29, April 25-26 and May 9-10, 2014.
Friday - 6:00PM-9:00PM, Saturday - 8:00AM-4:00PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

Every congregation faces challenges and opportunities related to serving people in time of health related crisis. Whether they are emotional or physical, short term or chronic, people experience deep and often debilitating issues that demand appropriate pastoral care and counsel. This course will provide students with the understanding and competency necessary to minister effectively to individuals experiencing these challenges.

Tracy Whiteside twhitesi@ashland.edu
Christine Ramsey
PM 846 COL
Counseling the Dying and Grieving
F: 6:00PM-9:00PM, S: 8:00AM-4:00PM
Whiteside, Ramsey
Counseling the Dying and Grieving Download Syllabus This course meets in conjunction with PM 753 Health and Chronic Illness on the weekends of March 28-29, April 25-26 and May 9-10, 2014.
Friday - 6:00PM-9:00PM, Saturday - 8:00AM-4:00PM
Columbus
2 Credit Hours

This course will assist students in developing an understanding of death and grief based on biblical and historical perspectives which will help facilitate students' endeavors to embrace their own mortality, examine its implications for the way they live their lives, as well as provide practical skills for counseling the terminally ill and those who suffer from grief and loss.

Tracy Whiteside twhitesi@ashland.edu
Christine Ramsey
SF 710 COL
Spiritual Disciplines - CANCELED
Th: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Jacques
Spiritual Disciplines - CANCELED Download Syllabus Thursday - 6:00PM-9:00PM
Columbus
4 Credit Hours

The course will involve study and experience of practices that historically have aided the development of spiritual formation.

Jane Jacques jjacques@ashland.edu