Multi-cultural Counseling and the Family

School of Professional Psychology and Health MCPS 6104 2.00

This course provides an overview of counseling concepts and skills for working with diverse cultures, ethnic communities, social demographics, and embodiment practices. It looks at how cultural and racial experience forms psychological and somatic states. Students will develop an awareness of cultural variation and acquire the tools to address human difference, including consideration of sexual orientation, gender, class, race, language, immigration status, age, and ability.  Priority to SOM students

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