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Course Overview

This course is a survey of major theoretical models of psychological consultation and collaboration with professional peers, parents, administrators, and organizations as they are applied to school settings, mental health settings, medical settings, natural communities, and workplaces. Methods for achieving individual or system-wide change are reviewed through literature, class discussion, simulation, and role-playing activities. Students are required to master the theoretical, research, and applied foundations of consultation that will enable them to serve teachers, administrators, parents, and others who are caretakers and supervisors of children and youth. In addition to the didactic aspects of the course, an experiential aspect will help students examine their own behaviors, motives, and feelings in consultation and collaboration experiences and make appropriate changes with supportive direction from the instructor and peers.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate
Prerequisite: Second Year Graduate Status or Permission of the Instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate