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Counseling Practice - Students are able to effectively provide counseling services to a diverse clientele. Skilled in the practice of mental health counseling with both individuals and groups, including the development of the therapeutic relationship, assessment, and clinical interventions, all informed by theory and research. Parking is also an additional cost for students who wish to use their cars on campus. Students in our program receive in-depth training in clinical issues, conceptualization skills, and treatment planning.

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Publisher: Academic Press; 1 edition (August 23, 1999)

ISBN: 012564745X

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