Individual counseling theory and technique applied to persons with a disability (emotional, psychosocial, mental, and physical) and disadvantaged persons.
Individual counseling theories and techniques applied to a wide range of persons, including persons with a disability (emotional, psychosocial, mental, and physical) and disadvantaged persons.
This course is part of a program modification of the Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling (MRC) degree program. A minor change in the course title more accurately reflects the content. The student learning outcomes and content of the class are updated to reflect current practice standards but remain essentially the same. The pre-requisite for this class is virtually the same as before, with the course designator and number now reflecting changes that occured with RHAB 701 in this program modification (i.e., RHAB 701 is changing to RCON 601). The bulletin description was refined to more accuately reflect course content. Also, for the program modification, the primary course designator is changing from RHAB to RCON.
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