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Cleveland State University Course Info

Cleveland, Ohio

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CNS 665

Professional Issues in Counseling Psychology

This course educates first year doctoral students in the requirements and expectations of doctoral study in the counseling psychology specialization. Its primary purposes are to (a) facilitate students' transition to full time doctoral study in counseling psychology, (b) to introduce students to the discipline of counseling psychology--its history, development, and current status, (c) to acquaint students with contemporary issues affecting research, practice, and training within the discipline, (d) to encourage preliminary independent inquiry into topics of interest within the field, and (e) to educate students on professional ethics for psychologists, the need for standards and accountability, ethical decision-making models, policies and procedures, and responsibility and rehabilitation.

Units: 3.0