HUS 200 - Introduction to Counseling Skills3
This course focuses on the techniques and processes involved in helping relationships. Students explore the basic concepts and facilitative skills of helping relationships while building effective observation, assessment, treatment planning, and one-on-one interview skills. Students are introduced to counseling theories and their related processes and techniques including behavioral, person-centered, existential, and relationship building. Through a combination of readings, lectures, and structured learning experiences and exercises, students explore the nature and range of human characteristics and individual potential interventions.
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