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CNSL 5311. Cultural, Minority, and Gender Issues for the Counselor. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course is the study of interaction of social/cultural groups in America, problems of minorities and ethnic groups, problems related to gender and age, problems within family systems and contemporary sources of positive change. This course provides an understanding of how diverse values and mores, interaction patterns, social conditions, and trends related to cultural and ethnic diversity affect counseling. Emphasis is on developing knowledge, skills, and attitudes for more effective counseling with persons different from the counselor regarding characteristics such as culture, race, gender, sexual orientation, physical disability, and religious preference. Substantial attention is given to developing awareness of one’s own values, attitudes, and beliefs as they relate to counseling in a diverse society. Prerequisite: CNSL 5350 and CNSL 5353.

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Department of Counseling

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