CNPS 578B (VRHC)| Individual and Family Counselling Theories and Interventions

Note: CNPS 578B is for VRHC students only

The purpose of this course is to enhance student’s clinical competence and prepare them for clinical work in our program. In this course, students receive supervised clinical training, as they learn and practice various techniques and interventions inside and outside the classroom.

To develop student’s clinical competence theories and models are briefly reviewed in three major areas:

a) client-centered;

b) cognitive/behavioral; and

c) couples and systems based approaches.

This is a laboratory course and will involve learning about and practicing a variety of counselling skills and interventions.

Prerequisites: CNPS 362 and CNPS 365

Credits: 3