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CNS5075-01-FA12 Multicultural Counseling

This course is an application of clinical mental health counseling and marriage & family therapy skills in multicultural and intercultural settings. Multicultural counseling and cultural diversity issues with focus on marriage and family therapy are addressed. Human needs in the world community are examined in order to understand how messages relate to individuals and families with dramatically different circumstances. The person and role of multicultural counselors is evaluated in light of his or her theology, personal adaptation, communication, and counseling skills. The multicultural counselor in the professional roles of pastor, missionary, business person, clinical mental health counselor, and marriage & family therapist will be addressed. This course presupposes the validity and necessity of involvement in a cross-cultural job or ministry, whether within the United States or in another country. Open to students in the MACNS program.
Title1: 
Multicultural Counseling
Title2: 
Division: 
Graduate
Session: 
Fall 2012
Location: 
MAIN
Credit Hours: 
3.00
Subsession: 
Graduate/Seminary
Section: 
01
Class Time: 
1:30PM-4:15PM
Days: 
W
Classroom: 
MCQ209
CNS5075
School: 
Class Dates: 
08/21 to 12/14
Faculty: 
Rhonda Pruitt