Document Type



Spring 2015

Course Description

This course exposes students to theories of personality development and change, theories of counseling, and counseling techniques. Students practice application of counseling theories in a laboratory setting with simulated situations. Students are encouraged to identify and develop a tentative theory of personality as it relates to an effective counseling approach. A strong emphasis is placed on the ethical standards of the counseling profession and on multicultural issues. Prerequisites: CE 601 - Foundations of Counseling , completion of or concurrent registration in CE 658 - Microskills and CE 660 permission of instructor. In general, students are not eligible for enrollment in 660 until they have successfully completed approximately 12 semester credits in the CE department and have satisfied all relevant course prerequisites. Students should consult with their faculty adviser and refer to the detailed enrollment procedures in the CE Program Handbook.

Course Number

CE 660


Counselor Education-Graduate Studies


Mary Fawcett

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