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Suzanne R. Hornbuckle

suzanne.r.hornbuckle@gmail.com

LICENSURE Texas Board Of Examiners Of Professional Counselors, 2004 Austin, Texas

HONORS Diplomat-American Psychotherapy Association, 2009

EDUCATION Sam Houston State University Huntsville, Texas

Masters of Arts, 1997

Counseling Psychology

Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio Bachelor of Arts, 1975

Speech Communications

EMPLOYMENT Lone Star College: Kingwood Kingwood, Texas

Adjunct Professor of Psychology, 2005-present

Courses taught: General Psychology, Child Growth and Development,

and Growth and Development throughout the Lifespan

Private Practice Kingwood, Texas

Counselor, 2004

Eclectic counseling of families, groups and individuals from various

socioeconomic groups, primarily from Houston, Texas and the surrounding

areas. Practice included court appearances and some interfacing with the

legal community and government agencies. Position also involved attending

to all facets of opening up a psychotherapy office, including becoming an

insurance provider, advertising, and billing.

INTERNSHIPS Montgomery County Women’s’ Center Woodlands, Texas

Intern, 2003

Counseling of families, children, adults and couples at a social service

agency specializing in counseling victims of domestic violence and sexual

abuse. Extensive use of play therapy and eclectic individual psychotherapy.

This position also involved doing cognitive- behavioral group therapy and

individual therapy with female inmates at the Conroe correctional facility.

Cypress Creek Hospital Houston, Texas

Intern, 2001-2002

Learning all facets of becoming part of a treatment team in a hospital, including

participation in treatment plan formulations with doctors and other staff members.

Position involved case management, family therapy, group and individual therapy

with patients on the adolescent and child unit.

Family Time Humble, Texas

Intern, 2000-2001

Counseling and crisis intervention for children, adults and              families at a very

active social service agency dealing primarily with domestic violence and

sexual abuse. Therapy was performed at both the office and at a shelter for

homeless women and children.

SKILLS Proficiency in spoken Spanish.

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Psyc 2301 Syllabus

                         General Psychology - SPRING 2010

PSYC 2301, SEC 21009 – 3 cr.

 

Instructor Contact Information:

 

Suzanne R. Hornbuckle, L.P.C., M.A. 

Email: Suzanne.R.Hornbuckle@gmail.com

Phone Number:  281-701-8412

(Instructor will be available before or after class or by appointment)

E-Mail:  Nora.Diaz@nhmccd.edu

 

Course Information:

 

Course Title – General Psychology (PSYC 2301) 3 Credit hours

 

Prerequisites – None

 

Course Description  – An introductory course dealing with the elementary principles of human behavior; designed especially for those students majoring in the social or biological sciences, pre-medicine or education.

 

Textbook Exploring Psychology in Modules – 7th Edition:  David G. Myers

                     ISBN – 13978-14292-0588-7

                     ISBN – 10: 142920588-1

 

Course Requirements:  There will be (3) tests, one journal, and a notebook/attendance grade.  There will be no make-up tests.  If you miss a test, you will be given a 0.  These (5) assignments will hold equal weight (20% each adding to a total of 100%).

 

Policy on Grading/Attendance: 

Each of the course requirements contributes the following proportions to your final grade:

   Exam I                                                      20%

   Exam II                                                     20%

   Exam III                                                   20%

   Journal/Paper                                          20%

   Notebook/Attendance                                  20%

Attendance and participation are essential to your success in class.  Each week, I will give short “attendance quizzes” at random.  You may use your notes from the week to help you answer the questions.  The grades from these quizzes and your notebook grade will be factored into your total attendance grade.

 

 

 

 

 

Academic Integrity:  The consequences for academic dishonesty include:

1.     Having additional class requirements imposed.

2.     Receiving a grade of F or 0 for an assignment.

3.     Receiving a grade of F for the course.

4.     Being withdrawn for the course or program.

5.     Being expelled from the college system.

For further information go to

http://www.lonestar.edu/department/departments/libraries/academic_integrity_brochure.pdf

 

District ADD Statement

     LSC is dedicated to providing the least restrictive learning environment for all students.  The college promotes equity in academic access through the implementation of reasonable accommodations as required by the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Title B, Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) which will enable students with disabilities to participate in and benefit from all post-secondary educational programs and activities.  

 

Learning Outcomes for PSYC 2301:

1.     Describe the historical development of the study of human behavior, including

current theoretical perspectives in the field of psychology.

2.     Introduction terminology unique to the study psychology.

3.     Encourage critical analysis of research findings through application of the scientific method and a basic understanding of research design.

4.     Examine, compare and contrast factors contributing to the development and the human experience.  Include for study accepted approaches and standards in psychological assessment and evaluation.

5.     Explore the ways in which humans create their realities; including those experiences, which deviate from the mainstream of accepted experience and behavior.

6.     Develop a theoretical framework by which to examine differing views on the origins of problems and related treatment modalities.

 

Withdrawing from the class:  If you need to withdraw from this class, please contact the admissions/registration office at any of the NHMCCD colleges.

 

Grading:

A = 90 – 100

B = 80 – 89

C = 70 – 79

D = 60 – 69

F  = Below 60

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class Schedule:

 

  Week 1:                                Class begins – Introduction

                                           Modules 1 and 2

 

  Week 2:                                Modules 1 and 2 – Begin journal

                                               Modules 21 and 22 – Research assignments given out

 

  Week 3:                                Library Day – Class meets in library

      Modules 21 and 22

 

  Week 4:                                Modules 18 – 22 – Research assignments due

                                           Modules 18 - 22

 

  Week 5:                                Test Review

      Test on Modules 1-2 & 18 - 22

 

  Week 6:                                Modules 36 - 42

                                           Modules 36 - 42           

  

  Week 7:                                 Modules 36– 42

                                           Modules 36 – 42

 

  Week 8                              Test Review

       Tests on Modules 36 – 42

 

  Week 9:                                (Mid-Semester Break March 15-21)

 

Week 10:                                Modules 7 – 10

                                          Modules 7 – 10

           

Week 11:                                Modules 7 – 10:  (Live demonstrations of Piaget’s theory)

                                           Modules 11 – 14 & Modules 15 – 17

 

Week 12:                                Modules 11 – 14 & Modules 15 – 17

                                           Modules 26 – 28 – Guest speaker

 

Week 13:                                 Modules 33 - 35

                                           Modules 33 - 35

 

Week 14:                                Modules 33 – 35                                    

                                           (Paper Due)

 

Week 15:                                 Modules 29 - 32

                                           Modules 29 - 32

 

Week 16:                                 Guest speaker – Notebook due

                                           Final Exam Review

 

Week 17:                             Final Exams Week– FINAL EXAM

 

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Child Growth and Development Syllabus

Child Growth and Development – Spring 2010

PSYCH 2308, SEC. 21001 – 3 cr.

TECA 21001, SEC. 21001 – 3 cr.

TUESDAY and THURSDAY

8:00 – 9:20

Instructor Contact Information:

Suzanne R. Hornbuckle, L.P.C., M.A.

Email: Suzanne.R.Hornbuckle@gmail.com

Phone Number: 281-701-8412

(Instructor will be available before or after class or by appointment)

Lead Faculty Education/Psychology Professor – Noel C. Bezette

E-Mail: noel.c.bezette@lonestar.edu

Welcome to Child Growth and Development! This course examines children from a developmental perspective, reflecting the interplay of critical influences such as genes, environment, individual temperament and past development on a child. We will examine such constructs as quantitative and qualitative changes and normative and individual development. The class is primarily based on experiential learning by observing and interacting with children from different age groups.

Class Hours and Location: Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 9:20 a.m.; ADM 112

Prerequisites – Psychology 2301 of department approval; English 0305 or 0316; English 0307 or 0306, or higher level course (1301), or placement by testing

Required Textbook – Dehart, Ganie B., L. Alan Sroufee and Robert G. Cooper. Child Development: Its Nature and Course. McGraw Hill. Fifth Edition. 2004. Other: Study Guide for use with Child Development. Prepared by Ganie B. DeHart (Optional).

ISBN – 0-07-249141-8

Course Requirements: In all, there will be three (3) tests, one (1) paper, and an attendance grade. There will be no make-up tests. If a test is missed you will be given a 0.

Policy on Grading/Attendance:

Each of the course requirements contributes the following proportions to your final grade:

Exam I 20%

Exam II 20%

Exam III 20%

Notebook 20%

Attendance & Attendance Quizzes 20%

Attendance and participation are essential to your success in class. Each week, I will short “Attendance Quizzes” at random. You may use your notes from the week to help you answer the questions. The grades from these quizzes will be factored into your total attendance grade (20% of your final grade).

Academic Integrity: Lone Star College Kingwood is committed to a high standard of academic integrity in the academic community. In becoming a part of the academic community, students are responsible for honesty and independent effort. Failure to uphold these standards includes, but is not limited to, the following: plagiarizing written work or projects, cheating on exams or assignments, collusion on an exam or project, and misrepresentation of credentials or prerequisites when registering for a course. Cheating includes looking at or copying from another student’s exam, orally communicating or receiving answers during an exam, having another person take an exam or complete a project or assignment, using unauthorized notes, texts, or other materials for an exam, and obtaining or distributing an unauthorized copy of an exam or any part of an exam. Plagiarism means passing off as his/her own the ideas or writings of another (that is, without giving proper credit by documenting sources). Plagiarism includes submitting a paper, report or project that someone else has prepared, in whole or in part. Collusion is inappropriately collaborating on assignments designed to be completed independently. These definitions are not exhaustive. When there is clear evidence of cheating, plagiarism, collusion or misrepresentation, disciplinary action may include but is not limited to: requiring you t retake or resubmit an exam or assignment, assigning a grade of zero or “F” for the course. Additional sanctions including being withdrawn from the course, program or expelled from school may be imposed on a student who violates the standards of academic integrity.

Course Description (Catalog Description) – A study of the physical and psychological development from conception through adolescence with emphasis on factors impacting growth and development. The textbook explores in detail the various factors (family, peer group, social group, socioeconomic status, etc…) impacting the child’s growth and development. The cognitive, emotional and physical aspects of the development of children are considered. WE will be exploring the constructs of Freud, Erikson, Bowlby, Piaget and others. Class sessions will combine lectures, films, group activities, guest speakers and interactive discussions.

Learning Outcomes:

· Explore the domains of biological, cognitive, and physiological development, to create a foundation by which to consider normal verses exceptional development.

· Compare and contrast basic developmental theories including practical application of each understanding.

· Emphasize the continuity of development and the relationships between experiences at one time of life and future development.

· Examine the interrelationship of the influence of heredity and environment on Development and the implications for change.

Withdrawing from the class: If you need to withdraw from this class, please contact the admissions/registration office at any of the NHMCCD colleges?

The last day to drop is April 13th and receive W.

Americans with Disabilities Act Statement

Lone Star College - is dedicated to providing the least restrictive learning environment for all students. We promote equity in academic access through the implementation of reasonable accommodations as required by the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Title V, Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) which will enable students with disabilities to participate in and benefit from all post-secondary educational activities.

If you require reasonable accommodations because of a physical, mental, or learning disability, please contact the Counseling Office to obtain the necessary information to request accommodations. Upon completion of this process, please notify your instructor as soon as possible and preferably before the end of the first two weeks of class to arrange for reasonable accommodations.

Class Schedule: *subject to change

Week 1: 01-19-10 Chapters 1 – 4

Chapters 1 - 4

Week 2: 01-26-10 Chapters 1 – 4

Chapters 1 – 4

Week 3: 02-02-10 Chapters 1 – 4 – Library Day

Chapters 1 – 4 – Film

Week 4: 02-09-10 TEST Review

TEST Chapters 1 – 4

Week 5: 02-16-10 Chapters 5 – 6

Chapters 5 – 6 (Live Demonstrations)

Week 6: 02-23-10 Chapters 5 – 6 & Chapters 7 - 8

Chapters 5 – 6 & Chapters 7 -8 (Live Demonstrations)

Week 7: 03-02-10 Chapters 7– 8

Chapters 7 – 8

Week 8: 03-09-10 Live Demonstrations

TEST Chapters 5- 8

Week 9: 03-16-10 (Mid-Semester Break March 15-21)

Week 10: 03-23-10 Chapters 9 - 10

Chapters 9 - 10

Week 11: 03-30-10 Chapters 9 – 10 & Chapters 11 - 12

Chapters 9 – 10 & Chapters 11 – 12 – Guest speaker

Week 12: 04-06-10 Chapters 11 – 12 & Chapters 13 – 14

Chapters 11 – 12 & Chapters 13 -14

Week 13: 04-13-10 PAPER DUE

Live Demonstration

Week 14: 04-20-10 Chapters 11 – 12 & Chapters 13 - 14

Chapters 11 – 12 & Chapters 13 - 14

Week 15: 04-27-10 Chapters 13 - 14

Chapters 13 - 14

Week 16: 05-04-10 Chapters 13 – 14 & 15

Chapter 15 & Final Exam Review

Week 17: 05-10-10 Final Exams Week FINAL EXAM: 05-11-10 (8:00-9:50AM)

Grading:

A = 90 – 100

B = 80 – 89

C = 70 – 79

D = 60 – 69

F = 59 and Below

If you want one year of prosperity, grow grain.

If you want ten years of prosperity, grow trees.

If you want one hundred years of prosperity, grow people.

-Chinese Proverb