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CNSL 5381. Assessment in Counseling. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the principles, concepts, methods, and applications of assessing human experience and behavior for counseling purposes. Topics included for study in this course include the history and philosophy behind measurement and assessment in counseling, statistical concepts, and common assessment formats for measuring constructs such as personality, pathology, achievement and aptitude, and career interests. The required assignments focus on the themes of assessment critique, administration and interpretation of assessment results, and incorporating assessment results into work with clients and students. Prerequisite: CNSL 5350 and CNSL 5353.

Counseling

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...3 CNSL 5357 Pre-Practicum 3 CNSL 5358 Counseling Perspectives on Psychopathology 3 CNSL 5381...

Department of Counseling

http://catalog.tarleton.edu/grad/education/counseling/

...3 CNSL 5357 Pre-Practicum 3 CNSL 5358 Counseling Perspectives on Psychopathology 3 CNSL 5381...