three-unit academic course (45 hours) that meets the
California LPCC licensure
requirement for a masterís level core course in
As stipulated, the course covers:
- research methods and statistical analysis
- use of research to inform evidence-based practice
- importance of research in advancing the profession of counseling
- statistical methods used in conducting research, needs assessment,
and program evaluation
Henderson, MBA, Ph.D., is a California licensed Counseling
Psychologist, former Associate Provost of Alliant International
University and former Visiting Associate Professor at the California
School of Professional Psychology.
She teaches Research Methods at Alliant and has mentored many students
through their dissertation research.
of the Course
The course consists primarily of readings and two examinations.
It is an open entry/open exit class -- that is, students can
start and finish at their own pace.
The first exam comes about half-way through the course and
can be done open book and then submitted. The second will be
a final exam, also open book.
This course is graded on a pass/fail basis.
|Who Should Attend?
planning to apply for grandfathered LPCC licensure with the Board of
Behavioral Sciences (BBS)
Marriage and Family Therapists
Kivlighan, D. M., Jr., & Wampold, B.
"Research Design in Counseling" The chapters needed from the
are in PDF format in the course.
Our Online Courses Work:
Web Lectures feature our best
presenting material and using slides, conveniently divided into short
sub-topics -- over the Internet. They tend to cover deep background, or
foundational information; the didactic component of a good CE class.
You can review them at your own pace.
There are no start or end dates for our online
and they can be accessed at any time after you register.