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COUN 670/Counseling Theory and Techniques 3 cr.
Prerequisite: COUN 501
This course is designed to provide an overview of current approaches to psychological counseling, including psychoanalytic, existential/humanistic, cognitive/behavioral, and family approaches. Emphasis is on both theoretical and practical applications of the various approaches. Through lectures, class discussions, readings, films, writings, experiential exercises, and role-play situations, students will be encouraged to examine the various theories and to integrate them into their own style of counseling.
COUN 672/Advanced Counseling Theory and Techniques 3 cr.
Prerequisites: COUN 501 and 670
An advanced study of counseling theories with particular emphasis on theory application. Students will be expected to demonstrate their counseling effectiveness within the definitions of selected theories. This course will be part theory and part laboratory experience.