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PSYC 4023
Basic Counseling Skills/PSYC 5023 Counseling Skills and Techniques
Class hours: 3
Lab hours:
Semesters Available: Spring
Years Available: Even
This course focuses on basic counseling skills that facilitate growth in helping relationships. Students are provided with opportunities to practice and develop essential attending, listening, and facilitation skills. Other topics addressed in this course include biblical principles of helping, counseling skills for special populations, and ethical and professional issues. Recommended for all students interested in counseling, ministry, or other helping professions.
This course is a dual-listed course for optional graduate credit. Students with at least junior level status who are interested in pursuing graduate level coursework will have the option of completing these courses as undergraduate students with graduate level credit. Students should consult with faculty advisors to ensure accurate enrollment status.
Prerequisites: PSYC 2013 and PSYC 3003 or consent of program director..



2 programs require this course.
No courses require this as a prerequisite or corequisite.