EPSY 5409: Trauma and Crisis Counseling

3 Credits

This course provides an overview of theories and skills commonly used by counselors working with clients in crisis. The first half of the course will cover assessment, impacts, and treatment of psychological trauma, including trauma-informed approaches to crisis situations. The second half of the course will cover specific types of crises commonly seen by counselors in a range of community and educational settings, with a focus on ethical and multiculturally-competent practice. There will be an emphasis on resiliency and self-care throughout the course.

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