COUN 810: Advanced Counseling Theory and Methodology
This course provides doctoral students with advanced theoretical and methodological information regarding counseling theory. Students engage in criticial analysis of major theoretical perspectives in counseling, including strategies for dealing with affective, cognitive and behavioral dysfunction, and the requisite skills needed for teaching master's level Counseling Theories courses. The purpose of the course is to explore, in depth, the traditional major theories and theorists of counseling and psychology, and to examine the major Western and Eastern orientations of counseling and psychology, as well as state-of-the-art non-traditional models. 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisites: Doctoral Standing in Counselor Education Program.