Spring 2023 Courses: Rehabilitation Psychology

The Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education are offering two new courses this Spring, both of which still have seats available! Students must be sophomore standing or above to enroll.

RPSE 660, Section 101: Remote Strategies for Health and Rehabilitation Professionals 

  • Meets M/W 4-5:15pm
  • Explore the use of technology to provide evaluation, consultation, and services to the community. Study the creation and use of telecounseling and other remote strategies to provide services that are accessible to individuals unable to receive care in a traditional office setting. Introduce technology for remote service provision and a foundational knowledge to effectively integrate this service modality as this practice evolves.

RPSE 660, Section 102: Forensic Rehabilitation

  • Meets T/R 11am-12:15pm
  • Overview of the roles and functions of rehabilitation professionals who provide services and expert testimony in matters of litigation, such as worker’s compensation, personal injury, product liability, medical/professional malpractice, catastrophic injury, and others. Ethical standards, practices, and common situations found in the litigation process.

For more information and to enroll, visit enroll.wisc.edu.

This post was authored by Academic Affairs on 12/29/2022.