RC 660   Rehabilitation Counseling Theory and Practice II   (3 hours)
The focus in this second course of a two-semester sequence is the development of counseling skills and techniques used in the practice of rehabilitation counseling. Through course content and practice opportunities students gain skills and knowledge in the effective use of counseling intervention strategies and the process and practice elements of the counseling interaction as these relate to persons with disabilities. Students are exposed to the related societal, ethical, multicultural and professional issues in rehabilitation counseling practice and explore the application of counseling theory and practice in the context of rehabilitation counseling settings and the rehabilitation process.
Prerequisite(s):   RC 650 or consent of instructor
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