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CNS 6912 - Advanced Counseling Technique and Practicum


Credits: 3

This course focuses on the further development of counseling skills and professional knowledge needed for doing effective individual, marriage, and family therapy. Its aim is to help students to integrate their clinical course work by presenting opportunities to develop clinical competencies in the areas of diagnostic interviewing, case conceptualization, cultural contextualization, goal setting, treatment planning, counseling intervention, and case management. A supervised practicum experience is required, comprised of a minimum number of hours of direct and indirect services in alignment with CACREP and other state and national standards. Successful completion of this course is contingent upon competent demonstration of key core competencies listed under the course objectives and a practicum experience. (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory). Prerequisite(s): CNS 6410

Prerequisite(s): CNS 6410
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