Course Details

Course Number

10520119

Credits

3.00

Subject

Human Services

Description

Summarize the history and explore the primary concepts of the major approaches to counseling and psychotherapy in current use. Examine the empirical foundations of each theory. Review examples of how each method is applied to clients. Apply specific techniques of each approach. Explore the role of the therapist/counselor within each approach. Determine the strengths and limitations of each approach. Assess boundaries and ethical issues commonly found when utilizing advanced counseling tactics with clients. Apply basic counseling techniques including motivational interviewing. Apply reflective practitioner methods.

Availability & Registration

We offer the following class sections for this course (10-520-119). View more class specific details and registration information by selecting a class number.

Class Number Status Start/End Date Last Date to Register Instruction Mode Campus Meeting Information Pricing
20423
Open
Aug 29 –
Dec 14
Nov 11 Online Virtual College
Aug 29 – Dec 14
ONLINE INSTRUCTION
April McHugh
$472.80