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Master of Arts in Counseling: Rehabilitation Counseling

Counseling

Courses marked by an asterisk (*) are required courses in the curriculum.

CNSL 7301 Counseling Theories and Applications*
Experiential, relationship, cognitive and behavioral approaches to counseling; emphasis on counselor as an instrument of counseling, development of a personal theory of counseling, legal and ethical responsibilities of counselors. Click on the course title above to see the course description.

CNSL 7302 Techniques for Counseling Interviews*
Prerequisite: CNSL 7301. Thechniques, procedures for counseling interviews: emphasis on mastery of levels of skills within a micro-skills hierarchy for counseling interviews, appropriate use of skills in various stages of counseling. *Requires on campus attendence at an intensive three-day skill development workshop. Click on the course title above to see the course description.

CNSL 7307 Theories and Techniques for Group Counseling*
Processes, theories of group counseling; developing personal approach for applying concepts, processes. *Requires on campus attendence at an intensive three-day skill development workshop.

CNSL 7308 Cross Cultural Counseling
Environmental, personal, socio-economic, psychological characteristics of special client (culturally different) groups; counseling theories, techniques applied to culturally different individuals, groups; emphasis on knowledge, skills in cross-cultural counseling; including potential sources of misunderstanding investigated from various counseling modes.

Updated 8.27.2013