Term: Spring 2022

Subject: Counseling

EDCO 101 - The Helping Relationship

Exposes students to domains of personal and professional development necessary for successful careers in helping professions. A key component involves helping conversations with students in the graduate counseling program. Prerequisites: For Human Development and Family Studies students: HDFS 005 and HDFS 060 (HDFS may be taken concurrently with HDFS 101); Sophomore standing; or Instructor permission. Priority: Human Development and Family Studies majors, concentrators, and minors. Cross-listed with: HDFS 101.

EDCO 340 - Development Guidance in Schls

An introduction to the role of the school counselor including developmental guidance program planning and implementation, consultation, crisis intervention, parent education and ethical issues. Prerequisite: Counseling majors or Instructor permission.

EDCO 341 - Diagnosis in School Counseling

This course outlines the more commonly used psychological diagnostic categories used to describe youth with developmental and psychological challenges.

EDCO 342 - Assessment in School

This course is designed to provide students with information related to the role of assessment in the practice of school counseling.

EDCO 345 - Diagnosis in Counseling

Etiology and diagnosis of mental disorders in children, adolescents, and adults according to DMS. Includes intake, evaluation, treatment planning, and clinical documentation skills. Prerequisite: Counseling majors or Instructor permission.

EDCO 352 - Assessment in Counseling

Provides students with knowledge about common assessment tools and processes used in school counseling and clinical mental health practice. Prerequisites: EDCO 320, EDCO 350, EDCO 374, EDCO 375, and EDCO 377; Counseling majors or Instructor permission.

EDCO 361 - Practice of Mental Hlth Cnslng

Introduction to issues, needs, models and sociopolitical factors present in community and private-practice mental health counseling, with an emphasis on prevention and wellness. Prerequisite: Graduate standing or Instructor permission.

EDCO 363 - Counseling Practicum

Introductory supervised experience in counseling in a field setting. Includes 100 hours working as a counselor with a minimum of 40 direct service hours. Prerequisites: Counseling Majors only and EDCO 220, EDCO 350, EDCO 374, EDCO 375 , EDCO 340, and EDCO 361.

EDCO 376 - Addictions Counseling

Development and culturally responsive treatment of addictions, e.g., Motivational Interviewing, family systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques, recovery maintenance, and an integrative approach to treatment. Prerequisite: Counseling majors or Instructor permission.

EDCO 377 - Diversity & Intersectionality

Designed to assist students in recognizing and acknowledging diversity in society, and developing the knowledge and skills to recognize, interrupt and redress inequity within their spheres of influence. Prerequisite: Graduate Students in the Counseling Program or Instructor permission.

EDCO 381 - Counsel/Career&Lifestyle Dev

An exploration of the theories, assessment instruments, counseling techniques, and issues most relevant in counseling for career and lifestyle development. Prerequisite: EDCO 374, EDCO 375; Graduate standing or Instructor permission.

EDCO 389 - Counseling Internship

A supervised experience in counseling in a field (school or mental health) setting. Prerequisites: Counseling majors only and EDCO 220, EDCO 350, EDCO 374, EDCO 375, EDCO 392, EDCO 363, EDCO 340, and EDCO 361. .

EDCO 392 - Group Counseling Experience

Encounter group experiences for prospective clinical mental health and school counselors providing increased awareness of self and models relating to others. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.