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Leadership & Counseling

Contact Information:

Susan Stuntzner, Ph.D, LPC, CRC, NCC
Program Director & Assistant Professor 
Phone: (208) 292-1409
Email: stuntzner@uidaho.edu

Bryan Austin, Ph.D., CRC
Assistant Professor
Phone: (208) 364-9902
Email: baustin@uidaho.edu

Beth Cunningham MA, CRC, CVE, CIWCS
Clinical Instructor
(208) 364-4025
Email: bcunningham@uidaho.edu

Schedule of Courses

Students entering the RCHS Program are to take classes over the course of two years, if at all possible. Program admittance preference will be given to full time applicants. Those who miss a class, drop a class, or cannot complete a class for some reason may not take the class again for another two years.

Presently, the courses are offered one time over the duration of two years before they can be offered again. Some classes are taught face-to-face, hybrid (i.e. Collaborate and/or Video Conferencing), or online. At this present time, the program is not an “on-line program” so students looking for a completely online program would not be able to take this program from a complete distance. They would have to do some traveling depending on the nature of the course and requirements of the given class at that time.

During the academic year (August to May), classes will generally be offered from 4 pm (PT)/5 pm (MT) or later. Some classes may be offered on a Friday/Saturday especially during the second year when students are completing their internship. During the summer, course offerings will vary. Some may be condensed classes, half-days or full days. Classes will not necessary occur on the same schedule as they do during the regular academic year.

Applicants and admitted students for the 2014 cohort will be asked to take the following classes in sequence provided below:
  • Summer 2014 (9 credits)
    CRC 533 – Principles of Rehabilitation, Community, and School Counseling (2 credits)
    CRC 512 – Theories and Applications of Counseling (3 credits)
    CRC 519 - Social and Cultural Foundations (2 credits)
    CRC 536 – Professional Issues, Ethics and Law (2 credits)
  • Fall 2014 (12 to 13 credits)
    CRC 509- Psychometrics (1 credit)
    CRC 510 – Individual Appraisal (2 credits)
    CRC 521 – Counseling Techniques (2 credits)
    CRC 530 – Legislative and Philosophical Foundations of Rehabilitation (2 credits)
    CRC 532 – Medical & Physical Aspects of Disability (2 credits)
    CRC 570 – Research & Evaluation in Counseling Psychology (3 credits)
    CRC 597 – Rehabilitation Counseling Practicum (1 credit)
  • Spring 2015 (12 to 13 credits)
    CRC 508 - Adult Assessment (3 credits)
    CRC 528 – Diagnosis & Case Conceptualization (3 credits)
    CRC 529/PSYCH 590 – Psychopharmacology (3 credits)
    CRC 531 – Psychosocial Aspects of Disability (3 credits)
    CRC 597 – Rehabilitation Counseling Practicum (1 credit)

  • Summer 2015 (8 credits)
    CASP 514 – Career Counseling and Lifestyle Development (3 credits)
    CRC 517 – Group Counseling (2 credits)
    CRC 518 – Group Counseling Lab (1 credit)
    CRC 534 – Rehabilitation Case Management (2 credits)

  • Fall 2015 (10 credits)
    CRC 535 - Vocational Placement and Assistive Technology (3 credits)
    PSYCH 525 – Cognitive Psychology (3 credits)
    CRC 598 – Internship – Rehabilitation Counseling (4 credits)

  • Spring 2016 (9 credits)
    CRC 520 – Approaches to Counseling with Families (2 credits)
    CRC 540 – Addictions Counseling (2 Credits)
    CRC 598 – Internship – Rehabilitation Counseling (5 credits)