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COUN 5382 (3-3-0) Counseling Theories and Techniques
A study of selected theories and techniques of counseling as they apply to normal and abnormal human behavior in order to aid the student in identification of a preferred counseling theory based on the student's understanding of selected theories and self-understanding of personal values, basic beliefs, and personality. An understanding and integration of the Christian worldview as it impacts the counselor and counseling relationships. Fall, Spring, Summer.
Prerequisite: PSYC 1301.