Description: Theoretical and experiential course in individual and cultural diversity. Course includes affective, social, family, and community bases of counseling and therapy. Didactic approaches incorporate group processes, emotions, attributions, attitudes, and professional standards and ethics. Course includes effective measurements and interventions across individual and cultural differences. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Fall 2022
Prerequisite: (Clinical Mental Health Counseling MA, or Counseling-School Counseling MEd, or Counseling-Student Affairs (MEd), or Educational Psychology (PhD), or PK-12 College & Career Counseling MEd) and EPS 601 Pre- or Corequisite: EPS 660