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ELHE 7403 Counseling Techniques in Higher Education (Fall/Summer: 3 )


Course Description

Provides an introduction to theoretically-based counseling skills for professionals in higher education and other education and community settings. The areas of communications skills involving the use of role-playing, observation, and practice components are emphasized. Postsecondary case studies cover a range of counseling issues and are applicable to a wide range of settings involving late adolescents and adults. *Please be aware if you have consulted with the instructor at University Counseling Services. If so, please contact the instructor or ELHE Department Chair to address any concerns about your confidentiality as a UCS client or your ability to register for this course.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: Not appropriate for Mental Health or School Counseling students. *Please be aware if you have consulted with the instructor at University Counseling Services. If so, please contact the instructor or ELHE Department Chair to address any concerns about your confidentiality as a UCS client or your ability to register for this course.


Last Updated: 19-Apr-18