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+-Course Descriptions

Counseling Psychology

Counseling psychology focuses on providing therapeutic treatments to clients who experience a wide variety of symptoms, and it is one of the largest specialty areas within psychology that facilitates personal and interpersonal functioning across the life span with a focus on emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental and organizational concerns.  The graduate school of social sciences recognizes the importance of preparing graduates who manifest the highest standards of excellence in academic or service delivery settings through the integration of theory, research, and practice, and with sensitivity to multicultural issues. This specialty encompasses a broad range of practices that is unique in its attention both to normal developmental issues and to problems associated with physical, emotional, and mental disorders.  Thus, students are continuously exposed to opportunities to examine the connection between scientific knowledge and professional practice.  To highlight the importance of this integration, education and training in theory, inquiry, and practice occur concurrently throughout the program.

 

Core Courses:

Year 1: Fall Semester

CPSY530 (3,0)3 Legal / Ethical Issues

CPSY551 (3,0)3 Psychopathology / Differential Diagnosis

CPSY552 (3,0)3 Overview of Psychotherapeutic Approaches

CPSY553 (3,0)3 Clinical Interviewing, Assessment, and Treatment Planning

CPSY562 (3,0)3 Practice Management

 

Year 1: Spring Semester

CPSY554 (3,0)3 Humanistic Therapy

CPSY555 (3,0)3 Family / Group Therapy / Organizational Dynamics

CPSY556 (3,0)3 Solution-oriented Therapy

CPSY557 (3,0)3 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CPSY582 (3,0)3 Supervised Psychotherapy Training

 

Year 2: Fall Semester

CPSY588 One-year Full-time Internship with Formal Supervision

CPSY515 Master’s Thesis

 

Year 2: Spring Semester

CPSY588 Continuous Internship

CPSY515 Master’s Thesis