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|PSY 3300A - Counseling of Aging & Families|
This course is designed to familiarize students with basic
theories and rudimentary techniques of counseling as they
apply to the aging and their families. It introduces
students to the special emotional and psychological
needs faced by the aging and their families, and how
counseling can support individuals and families as they
face these transitions and life adjustments. The course
will explore how diversity, including culture, ethnicity,
religion, gender, sexual orientation, and economic status,
differentially affect both the adjustments that individuals
face and the nature of the counseling process.
Prerequisite: Six credits in Psychology.
Recommended: PSY 2017A, PSY 3140A.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Division of Social Sciences Division
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