COUNSL632-01Z Collaborative Consultation in Schools (with Amy Lynne Cook)
This course provides a theoretical foundation and practical skills in consultation designed to prepare students to apply their professional preparation in education and psychology to solve problems in school settings. Consultation is viewed as a process of collaboration, intervention, and evaluation. An eco-behavioral model of consultation is emphasized. Case studies are used to develop analytical and problem-solving skills. Issues involved in serving diverse student populations are examined. The course is intended to foster an identity as a caring, dedicated, principled, and respectful consultant committed to social justice.
Prerequisite(s): Department Permission Required
Registration for Summer Session I is closed.