CO 611

Course Description

This course is an examination of cross-cultural mores and values of a wide range of racial and ethnic groups and the impact these mores and values have on the counseling setting. Specific attention is given to the, African American, Hispanic, Caucasian, Asian, Middle Eastern and Native American cultures. Emphasis is placed on the student recognizing any biases or prejudices that may interfere with effective counseling, learning how to connect well with clients from diverse backgrounds, learning how to create a safe and comfortable environment for all clients, and knowing resources and empirically supported techniques for the diverse cultures, ethnicities, and people groups. The role of counselor beliefs and values in the counseling session will also be addressed, as well as reviewing the personal qualities of a therapist needed for effective therapy with diverse people groups. 3 Units

CO 611 Cross Cultural Mores & Values — SP17 — BlendedDownload 

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