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Social Sciences: Counseling

          COU 331  PRINCIPLES OF COUNSELING (3)

This course will be a survey with a basis for counseling, integration of psychology, counseling needs, methods of counseling, and theories of personality.     

COU 408  MARRIAGE AND FAMILY (3)

Effective teaching concerning roles within the family, with direction being given on how to council.  Review of family therapy literature. 

COU 501  THE WORK OF PASTORAL COUNSELORS  (3)

Introduction to Pastoral counseling, prolegomenon to a history of pastoral counseling.  Directions in pastoral counseling.  Spiritual and personal maturity.  Christo-therapy:  An approach to facilitating psycho-spiritual healing and growth.  Counter transference and burnout in pastoral counseling.  The counseling relationship.  Assessment in pastoral care. 

COU 502  HISTORICAL SURVEY OF ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES     (3)

Holistic review of human behavior.  Psychological and physiological description of human behavior.  Introducing, evaluating and integrating biblical principles into counseling.

COU 503  LEARNING TO COUNSEL EFFECTIVELY    (3)

The student will learn the procedures of direct counseling. 

COU 504  TESTING AND MEASUREMENT  (3)

Personality and emotional profile.  Testing and assessment.  Vocational and interest inventory.  How, when, and where to use testing and value to the counseling environment. 

COU 505  THEOLOGY OF BIBLICAL COUNSELING  (3)

A study of biblical teachings concerning method and modalities in modification of manís predicament and its solutions, with emphasis on how this teaching is related to counseling. 

COU 506  THEORIES OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COUNSELING (3)

Effective teaching concerning roles within the family, with direction being given on how to council.  Review of family therapy literature. 

COU 507  HUMAN SEXUALITY (3)

The role of sexuality in human growth and relationships.  Methods of dealing with sexual problems and sexual communication.  Evaluation of research, child rearing practice, life cycle sexuality, and cross cultural variations are explored.

COU 508  PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND THE LAW (3)

This course emphasizes the increasing requirements for accountability and the legal demands placed upon counselors.  What are their responsibilities and privileges.  How to legally establish a counseling practice. 

COU 509  SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING (3)

          Explores the variety of chemically dependent people; analyze patterns of addictive behavior, effects on work, performance, responsibility, intimacy.  Learn the most successful counseling skills to assist in breading addictive behavior.

 

COU 510  PERSONAL GROWTH AND CAREER PLANNING (3)

          Overview of current career programs.  Analysis of key theories in career and vocational guidance counseling of the handicapped, women, and the elderly. 

COU 511 CLINICAL WORKSHOP AND SUPERVISED PRACTICUM   (12)

          Student interaction and involvement in counseling experience will be required of  MA candidates who have chosen Counseling as their concentration.  This course may be repeated (180 hours required).

 

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