Behavioral Health Technician

  • Pueblo Community CollegeThis course explores the basic principles of behavioral health in a behavioral health care setting. This course develops interpersonal and technical skills while working with clients in psychiatric care settings. Students obtain skills used daily by Behavioral Health Technicians (BHT’s) such as therapeutic communication and relationship building and conducting psychoeducational therapy groups. Opportunities in the field may be available to students second semester. Additional fees will be required for off-campus experiences.

    Grades: 11-12

    Length: 1 Year

    Credits: 2 Credits (1.0 CTE / 1.0 English A)

    Certifications: Behavioral Health Technician certificate preparation, Basic Life Support (BLS) through American Heart Assocation CPR/FAS/AED

    Concurrent Enrollment: Pubelo Community College (PTE 110, PTE 120)

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