CNPS 524 | Counselling Adults

Major issues and problems of adult development. Selection of appropriate counselling interventions for use in education and other counselling settings.

Counsellors working with adults must be prepared to address a broad range of inter-related presenting issues and developmental concerns common for clients throughout adult life.

The purpose of this course is to familiarize Counselling Psychology students with significant issues confronting adult help-seeking populations in order to:

      1. accurately assess client challenges,
      2. implement effective counselling interventions, and
      3. make appropriate referrals when necessary.
Prerequisites: None

Credits: 3