SPCL 7814T Contemplative Urban School Counseling

45 hours; 3 credits

Contemplative practices as applied to counseling in urban schools. Promotion of urban schools as caring, healing, growth-enhancing communities. Discussion of recent research and practices in counselor self-awareness, mindful classrooms and schools, counseling and healing, engaged service, and conflict resolution. Consideration of gender, culture, religion, and class with respect to urban school issues.

Prerequisite: identified in degree requirements in the M.S. in Education program in School Counseling.


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