COUN 2733 - COUNSELING SKILLS & TECHNIQUES
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
This is an experiential course where students will learn advanced counseling skills and apply them into clinical practice. The class will consist of three themes, including: (1) listening skills, building trust and rapport, and multicultural competencies; (2) development and application of counseling skills; (3) clinical documentation and progress reports. Class time will be utilized for practicing counseling techniques and styles through class activities, demonstrations, and role-plays. This course requires students to conduct, video-record, and document ongoing counseling sessions with a simulated client. Students are expected to effectively conduct 50-minute goal-directed counseling sessions with a cross-theoretical approach by the end of the course.
Academic Career: Graduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Grad Letter Grade
Course Requirements: PLAN: Clin Rehab and Mntl Hlth Cnsln or SBPLAN: Rehabilitation Counseling (Health and Rehabilitation Scs-MS)
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