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APSY 9844 Counseling Psychology in Context: Social Action, Consultation, and Collaboration (Fall/Spring: 2 )

Course Description

Accompanying the First Year Experience (FYE) practicum, exposes students to research and practice at the meso- (community, organizations) and macro (government, policy, social norms) levels, in addition to the more traditional micro (individual) level. Students discuss their personal experiences within their FYE placement and read and discuss a series of articles and chapters central to the developing fields of critical psychology, liberation psychology, or counseling with a social justice orientation.

Instructor(s): Lisa Goodman

Prerequisites: None

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Comments: For doctoral students in Counseling Psychology, and others by permission only. This is a year-long course, 1 cr in the Fall, 2 cr in the Spring.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17