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EDU459 Contemporary Issues in School Counseling

Reviews a wide array of current issues and strategies for school counseling, including child abuse and mandated reporting; legal and ethical issues; working with multicultural, diverse, and special populations; and the counselor’s role in responding to eating disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, teen pregnancy, violence, and more. The course entails lectures, class discussions, and in-class/extra-class projects that combine knowledge in many disciplines with self-understanding and perceptive abilities.

Credits: 3
Offered: Fall
Prerequisites: [EDF450; EDF 451 concurrently]
Restrictions: Matriculated counseling students only or permission of instructor
Instructors: K. Mackie
EDU 459 Contemporary Issues in School Counseling course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.