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2021 Fall Block 1
PSY 382/Course/A - Counseling and Psychotherapy | Credits 1.00

What factors may lead some people to struggle with mental illness while others don’t? What behaviors can we show as a therapist to make our clients feel heard and understood? This course will explore theories of the causes of mental illness and will examine the most effective ways to treat these illnesses. Students will practice counseling skills via role plays and will develop diagnosis and treatment plans based on client case studies.

Prerequisites: any 200-level Psychology course. Recommended prerequisite: PSY 282

(Social Science) (Intercultural Literacy Encounter)

Registration Type Traditional
Fees N/A
Instructors Prof., Christopher Hagan - He
Duration 8/23/2021 - 9/15/2021
Schedule Per Syllabus  9:00 AM - 3:00 PM;  Cornell College, Law Hall, Room 313
Prerequisites PSY 243 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 244 / Writing <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 245 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 256 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 265 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 274 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 276 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 277 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 278 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 279 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 280 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 282 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 283 / Course <can be taken concurrently> or PSY 292 / Course <can be taken concurrently>
Corequisites N/A
Credit Types Audit Credit
Class 25 Seats | 16 Remaining
Open (Minimum Met)

Primary population and other student populations allowed to register for this course:
 Primary Population# Others Allowed# Others Registered
Campus  Cornell College250
Program  Undergraduate250
Department  Psychology259