Self-Monitoring in Counseling


This course counts as 1 clock hours

Clients who are ready to change but struggle to begin could benefit from a simple self-monitoring program. Self-monitoring is an effective tool for increasing client engagement in treatment and facilitating positive treatment effects. Research and applications of self-monitoring will be reviewed. Methods for data collection and analysis are presented along with downloadable data sheets ready for applications.

SKU: 4 Categories: ,

This course counts as 1 continuing education hour.

Course Activities:
Lessons 1-4 with Practice Quizzes.

Educational Objectives:
Participants will identify previous demonstrations of the effects of self-monitoring
Participants will apply self-monitoring technique to hypothetical situations
Participants will identify ways in which a self-monitoring process may be integrated into counseling sessions

Target Audience: Certified counselors who work with children or adults in the context of counseling sessions (including clinics, hospitals, private practice and schools).

Format: Online self-study

Instructor: Valerie Evans, Ph.D.

General Statement
Access CEU has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6689. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Access CEU is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.


  1. vevans2 (verified owner)

    useful course

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