GUIDANCE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING

Graduate

1. ACADEMIC SEMESTER

Course Code and Name PDR505 CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description This course aims to obtain information about the developmental characteristics of childhood and adolescence and the pathologies that may occur during these periods, the diagnosis and evaluation process, their frequency and prevalence levels, and approaches to the rehabilitation process
Course Code and Name PDR501 RESEARCH METHODS
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description This course contains learning about science and basic concepts (fact, knowledge, absolute, true, false, universal knowledge, etc.), basic information about the history of science, the structure of scientific research, scientific methods and different views on these methods, problem, research model, population and sample, data collection and data collection methods (quantitative and qualitative data collection techniques), recording, analysis, interpretation and reporting of data.
Course Code and Name PDR500 SEMINAR
Local Credits / Ects 0/20
Course Description This course is offered to help students prepare, report and present comprehensive projects on the subjects chosen from the field of psychological counseling and guidance according to their interests and needs and to obtain information about current developments in the field.

Electives

Course Code and Name PDR523 SCIENTIFIC THINKING SKILLS
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description Introduction to Critical Thinking and Decision Making. Basic Concepts of Critical Thinking. Critical Thinking Skills. Defining and Analyzing the Problem. Asking the Right Questions. Nonsense. Analysis of Errors. Obligation of Proofs. Language and Traps. Scientific and Causal Reasoning. Critical Thinking and Decision Making About Statistics. Analytical Decision Making Techniques. Ethical Dimensions of Decision Making
Course Code and Name PDR522 THEORIES AND MODELS OF SCHOOL COUNSELING
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description The acquisition of basic skills for the principles, techniques and applications of psychological counseling theories for different school levels.
Course Code and Name PDR518 PSYCHOLOICAL TESTS
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description Basic concepts and principles of psychological tests, individual and group intelligence tests, achievement, ability and personality tests, interest inventories, ethical issues in the use of tests, application and evaluation of some tests and inventories.
Course Code and Name PDR516 POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description It is a theoretical course that aims to learn the old and current information in the field of Positive Psychology. It includes the basic concepts and principles of positive psychology, perspective on human nature, positive counseling, positive youth development.
Course Code and Name PDR515 THEORIES OF CAREER COUNSELING
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description This course contains basic concepts of career counseling theories, theoretical knowledge of principles and techniques, feature-factor compatible theories, psychodynamic approaches, career development theories, social cognitive approaches, decision theories.
Course Code and Name PDR514 SCHOOL COUNSELING PRACTICE
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description Counseling practice for preschool, primary, and secondary school students for the application of theories, principles and techniques in psychological counseling in the school environment.
Course Code and Name PDR511 THEORIES OF FAMILY AND MARRIAGE COUNSELING
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description In this course, the following topics will be covered: family and marriage development processes and dynamics; the functions of healthy and unhealthy marriages and families; change process in families and couples; historical development of marriage and family counseling theories; basic theories of marriage and family counseling; legal, ethical and cultural issues in family and marriage counseling; the effects of counseling attitudes and biases on marriage, romantic relationships and families on counseling process; issues such as marriage and family counseling theories in the 21st century.
Course Code and Name PDR510 CAREER COUNSELING PRACTICE
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description Providing career counseling with individuals at different career levels under supervision for the application of career counseling theories, principles and techniques.
Course Code and Name PDR509  CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description The importance of culture in psychology; different definitions of culture; the distinction between cultural and cultural psychology; research methods; individual and culture; examples from different intercultural studies; the relationship between culture and self; local psychologies; gender roles in different cultures.
Course Code and Name PDR506 PRACTICE IN FAMILY AND MARRIAGE COUNSELING
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description Counseling with married couples and families under supervision for the application of theory, principles and techniques of family and marriage counseling
Course Code and Name PDR503 THEORIES OF COUNSELING
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description Fundamental psychological counseling theories, the concepts, principles and techniques that form the basis of these theories; knowledge and applications about evaluating and conceptualizing client problems within the framework of main psychological counseling theories
Course Code and Name PDR502 EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS I
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description Planning to use statistical techniques suitable for research design in the scientific research, applying these techniques and gaining the skills to interpret the findings, use and applications of basic statistical techniques, data entry and processing, and SPSS-based statistical applications and analysis
Course Code and Name PDR524 CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES IN COUNSELING
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description School counseling practices • How are intervention plans prepared for special situations? • Interventions for students experiencing grief and loss • Interventions for students whose parents are divorced or about to divorce • Interventions for behavioral disorders • Interventions for students who have suffered physical-sexual abuse • Interventions for students experiencing anxiety-depression • Anger management • Academic motivation-success
Course Code and Name PDR526 TECHNIQUES FOR INDIVIDUAL CAREER COUNSELING
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description This course includes applying test and non-test individual techniques used in career counseling. Identifying, using, scoring and evaluating the individual recognition techniques used to determine the individual’s needs for career development and career choice such as ability, interest, professional value, decision-making, and personality are within the scope of this course
Course Code and Name PDR527 PRINCIPLES, TECHNIQUES AND EVALUATION IN FAMILY AND MARRIAGE COUNSELING
Local Credits / Ects 3/10
Course Description It includes to learn the techniques that will lead the applications and draw the boundaries of theoretical orientations by developing perspectives based on different theories in family and marriage counseling. It also contains evaluation processes based on the theories of marriage and family counseling, evaluation in the system approach, marriage-pre-marriage evaluation, family organization, evaluation tools and approaches in marriage and family counseling.