This course emphasizes counseling skills and knowledge necessary to successfully engage children and adolescents at differing developmental stages and various presenting problems. Understanding the developmental needs and abilities of children and adolescents, and matching counseling techniques and strategies to common psychological and behavioral issues is the focus of the class. Direct application of these skills will occur through work in the classroom and school.
Prerequisite(s): graduate majors only.
Semester(s) Offered: Spring.