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CNSL 540 Multicultural Counseling

This is an applied educational course designed to help students develop culturally-competent counseling skills and knowledge involving diverse clientele in a phenomena of theory/practice interaction. Students in the course will explore the systemically conditioned perceptual viewpoints of human ethnic populations within the U.S. Such exploration will include possible causal elements of individual and group identity development and how such material is brought as a precondition into the counseling session as transference and counter-transference phenomena. This course assumes that the student has some prior knowledge of counseling/psychological theories and basic counseling skills.