Aug 19, 2019  
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COUN 571 - Counseling Theory


4 credits
Explores the roles and functions of the professional counselor relative to other mental health professionals. Develops the core ingredients of effective counseling practice, including interpersonal, conceptual, and helping skills that foster movement toward a client’s goals. Addresses the personal qualities of effective counselors, the creation of therapeutic alliances, counseling microskills, ethical practice, and techniques fundamental to contemporary theoretical orientations. Surveys the primary models of counseling and psychotherapy from theoretical, experiential, and personal growth perspectives. Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate coursework in abnormal psychology. Enrollment in the CMHC program.
* This course was formerly offered under a different number; students who took the following course(s) will not receive additional credit unless the course is stated to be repeatable in the description above: PSY 571
Graded A-F only



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