Document Type



Spring 2011

Course Description

School Counseling Practice is a graduate level course designed to provide students with the opportunities to learn practical knowledge and skills needed for the delivery of a comprehensive school counseling program. These skills include creating a developmentally appropriate guidance curriculum; identifying, assessing and intervening with individual students with specific problem behaviors; and creating systemic interventions (e.g., group counseling, mentor programs, policy modifications) for students with similar concerns. The focus of the course will be developing competencies needed for the school counseling practicum and internship sequence. The course content will be delivered using a combination of lecture, discussion, experiential activities and individual and group projects. Field-based learning is also an important aspect of this course.

Course Number

CE 645


Counselor Education-Graduate Studies


Dawnette Cigrand

Rights Management

All rights reserved. Winona State University Counselor Education-Graduate Studies Department.



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