EDU555 Advanced Counseling Theory, Research, and Practice

Aims to deepen students' knowledge of existing counseling traditions; introduce new counseling theories and approaches; examine theories from various critical perspectives; understand counseling outcome research; and develop students' own integrated theory and practice of counseling. Students are required to complete an in-depth analysis of a theory germane to their particular interest area.

Credits: 3
Offered: Spring (even)
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: Enrollment limited to matriculated doctoral degree candidates in the counseling program, or by permission of instructor
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