SPCL 7816T Counseling in Community Settings

30 hours, plus conference; 3 credits

Critical and historical perspectives on community counseling. General principles of community intervention, consultation, education, and outreach. Current methods of practice, including assessment and diagnosis in social context. Role of school counselor in making referrals. Survey of community agencies and organizations. Required projects in school or community setting.

Prerequisite: identified in requirements in the Advanced Certificate program in School Counseling.


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