Career Counseling Theory and Practice for Therapists

School of Professional Psychology and Health MCP 5646 3.00

The professional practice of career counseling has much to offer to psychotherapists working in community settings. Client-centered therapy encourages the patient to make decisions about wellness and the types of activities she/he will be involved in. The role of the therapists in supporting options that are realistic, achievable, and appropriate will be presented and practied. There exits a broad literature and many effefctie, evidence-based theorires and practices in career development and counseling. Thhis course will equip the therapists in selecting and implemeting interventions to clients experiencing life transitions. Priority to MCP students (Including CMHW and ICPW Students)

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