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PSYC 641 - COGNATIVE/BEHAVIORAL COUNSELING

Opportunities for critical examination and application of theories and techniques in cognitive and behavioral approaches to therapy will be offered in this course. The application of these therapies, as applied to practice in clinical mental health counseling, will be covered. Applied course focusing on counseling theory, treatment planning, and intervention.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

  • PSYC 519 (with a min grade of B)
  •   OR  PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
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    Course Notes:

    FOR MA STUDENTS ONLY.

    PSYC 519 or PSYC 520 with B or higher grade;

    MA Competency - MET.


    PSYC 641A - COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY I

    Part I of two-part course. Critical examination of theory and techniques in cognitive and behavioral approaches to therapy. Prereq: Admission to PsyD program.

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisites:

  • PSYC 519 (with a min grade of B)
  •   OR  PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
  • View the Course Finder for more detailed prerequisite information.

    Course Notes:

    FOR MA STUDENTS ONLY.

    PSYC 519 or PSYC 520 with B or higher grade;

    MA Competency - MET.


    PSYC 641B - COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THER II

    Continuation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy I. Prereq: Admission to PsyD program.

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisites:

  • PSYC 519 (with a min grade of B)
  •   OR  PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
  • View the Course Finder for more detailed prerequisite information.

    Course Notes:

    FOR MA STUDENTS ONLY.

    PSYC 519 or PSYC 520 with B or higher grade;

    MA Competency - MET.