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    Bridgewater State University
  Jan 24, 2018
Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 2014-2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG] See drop-down menu above to access other catalogs.

CNSA 570 - Advanced Applied Counseling: Student Affairs Counseling

(3 credits)
Prerequisite: CNGC 520, which may be taken concurrently; and CNSA 528 and CNGC 529 and CNGC 538, which may be taken concurrently; and CNMH 535 or CNSA 530 (only CNSA 530 if admitted after 5/1/06); and CNSA 510 and CNSA 520 and CNSA 523; and a practicum application approved by the director of fieldwork
This course includes a minimum of 150 hours of field experience and is designed to provide the advanced student affairs counseling student with an opportunity to further examine and effectively apply counseling and student development theory to practice, and demonstrate this ability during the required practicum experience. Students will actively work with college students/clients in the role of counselor under the direct supervision of a student affairs professional counselor at an approved site. Emphasis will be placed upon the application of counseling techniques to the adolescent/adult population and the further refinement of a student’s individual counseling style and self-awareness. Maximum use of clinical supervision, audio/video tape, role play and observation will be made. Moreover, overarching issues such as multiculturalism, psychological development, student development, technology and context will be integrated throughout this course. (Formerly CNHE 570)