Psychology 301. Counseling and Clinical Psychology.

Examination of psychological theories that inform the skills of counselors and clinical psychologists in various professional settings. Topics include psychological theories, the roles of the counselor, listening skills, case conceptualization, treatment methods and intervention strategies. Consideration of what it means to incorporate individual values and spirituality into treatment. Prerequisite: Two psychology courses or instructor permission.

Course Information
  • Credit:3
  • Term:Winter
Instructors
Kiri K. Rogers
Department
Psychology

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