Education 500:

The Counseling Process (3.0 units)

Theoretical foundations, models, values, and assumptions underlying psychological counseling; cross-cultural perspectives, ethical and legal considerations.
26713D051Lecture4:00-6:40pmMon, Wed13 of 15Dylan FirsickONLINEsession dates
26714D051Lecture4:00-6:40pmMon, Wed
16 of 16
Mary AndresONLINEsession dates
26739D051Lecture4:00-6:40pmMon, Wed
15 of 15
Sandra SmithONLINEsession dates
26749D051Lecture12:30-3:10pmMon, Wed13 of 15Mary Andres,Dylan Firsick,
Sandra Smith
ONLINEsession dates
15 of 15
Andrae BrownONLINEnotesession dates
26753D594Lecture6:30-8:30pmTuesday12 of 15Tonatzin Elisa BrownONLINEnotesession dates

Concurrent Course
EDUC 507: Professional Identity, Law and Ethics for Counselors (3.0 units)

History of the field of counseling and professional identity development for counselors are addressed. Examination of current legal, ethical, and other professional issues in counseling.
    26715D051Lecture7:00-9:40pmMon, Wed20 of 21Catherine BarrettONLINEsession dates
    26716D051Lecture7:00-9:40pmMon, Wed
    21 of 21
    Kelly GrecoONLINEsession dates
    26742D051Lecture12:30-3:10pmTue, Thu18 of 20Shannon DunnONLINEsession dates
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