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Springfield, Massachusetts


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PSYC 714

Counseling Psychology in Diverse Contexts: Social Action, Collaboration and Community Experience

This doctoral course explores the questions, theories, and methods underpinning counseling psychologys focus on social-contextual factors that shape individual and community wellbeing. Students explore and critique selected theory and research in the area of cultural diversity and social justice in counseling psychology. Students spend approximately four to six hours each week working in community-based sites in order to develop their skills in areas such as prevention, consultation, interprofessional collaboration, and advocacy

Units: 3.0

PSYC 614 - Counseling Diverse Populations