EPSY 5403: Counseling Diverse Populations

3 Credits

This course addresses counseling implications for diverse individuals and families. Students will understand the impact of worldview and other factors such as ethnicity, culture, religious preference, socioeconomic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, and disabilities in community, higher education, and school settings. Students will examine their own worldviews as it relates to the topics discussed. Advocacy and social justice practices for working with diverse populations will also be addressed.

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