COUNSL617-02C Child and Adolescent Counseling (with Staff)
This course focuses on facilitating the unique development and emotional growth of children through the counseling process. The course is designed to enhance students' theoretical and practical understanding of the major schools of child psychotherapy. Emphasis is given to a multidimensional view of intervention, with attention to developmental, cognitive, behavioral, educational, multicultural, and environmental issues. Through lectures, videotapes, and structured exercises, students learn a distinct group of interventions, including play and communication skills, as integral components of the therapeutic process.
Prerequisite(s): COUNSL 614. Department Permission Required
Registration for Spring 2019 is closed.