CSL467-202: Counseling Theories
By Instructor: Fr. Pat McDevitt
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The purpose of this course is to review counseling theories from affective, non-directive approaches to cognitive and behavioral approaches. The humanistic and existential frameworks in counseling will be reviewed. Techniques and process derived from these various counseling frameworks will be used in classroom laboratory experiences with use of follow-up videotaping assignments. Models of normalcy as well as knowledge and use of the DSM IV-R (2000) and review of psychopathology, highlighting neurotic personality disorders will be considered. In counseling children, play and art therapy processes will be applied. (Prerequisites: CSL 451 and CSL 452).
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