CNSL 543 Career Counseling
This is an applied educational course designed to help in the preparation of professional mental health clinicians. Students will develop a theoretical foundation in career exploration skills, testing and strategic knowledge involving all stages of the career counseling process (i.e. theoretical orientation [career counseling orientation within the overall framing psycho-theoretical orientation], rapport building and collaborative skills, identifying client/macro-systemic multicultural issues and strengths, setting life/career goals, planning interventions, and overall ethical practice issues, etc.) under the supervision of faculty.