PC 825 Seminar in Special Topics Using Three Major Perspectives
This umbrella course is an advanced seminar for doctoral students in counselor education. It covers principles, practice, and research in counselor education by examining specific topics from the three perspectives of counselor, supervisor and consultant. Specific topics covered include significant areas on the cutting edge of counseling and supervision, particularly those covering: career development, systems work in various organizations, consultation, and crises, disasters, and other trauma causing events.
Relevant CACREP standards
C. Learning experiences beyond the entry level are required in all of the following content areas:
Theories pertaining to the principles and practice of counseling, career development, group work, systems, consultation, and crises, disasters, and other trauma causing events (Section II, C, 1);
Understands the effectiveness of models and treatment strategies of crises,
disasters, and other trauma-causing events (Section 4, Counseling, Knowledge, G,4).
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