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  Sep 27, 2020
 
GRADUATE CATALOG 2020-2021 
    
GRADUATE CATALOG 2020-2021
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COU 6503 - Helping Relationships (Methods and Techniques in Counseling)

Credits, 3 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Master’s Program in the specialty area of Clinical Mental Health, Marriage and Family Therapy, or School Counseling and completion of the following courses: COU 6501 Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues in Counseling ; COU/PSY 6502 Theories of Personality and Counseling ; COU/PSY 6506 Multicultural Counseling COU 6669 Foundations, Contextual Dimensions, Knowledge and Skills of Mental Health Counseling COU 6670 Foundations, Contextual Dimensions, Knowledge and Skills of Marriage and Family Counseling COU 6668 Foundations, Contextual Dimensions, Knowledge and Skills of School Counseling ;  COU/PSY 6515 Lifespan Development  
This course will focus on the skills needed to facilitate the counseling process, as well as specific techniques that are associated with beneficial changes in clients from initial interview to resolution of problems. In order to register for COU 6999 Graduate Comprehensive Examination  and take the CPCE, which is required for graduation, this course must be successfully completed with a grade of ‘B’ or better




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