Feb 02, 2023  
Mercy College 2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
Mercy College 2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CNSL 670 - Practicum in Counseling


Credit(s): 3
3 semester hours
Prerequisite(s): CNSL 643 - Introduction to School Counseling  or CNSL 618 - Introduction to Mental Health Counseling (cc) 
CNSL 630 - Counseling and Ethics 
CNSL 655 - Counseling and Application II 
CNSL 660 - Group Counseling Theories & Practice (cc) 
CNSL 651 - Multicultural Perspectives in Counseling 
CNSL 640 - Human Development I 
CNSL 654 - Psychopathology  (for Mental Health Counseling students only)
This course is an intensive practical clinical experience, under professional supervision. Supervised experience in counseling is provided through role-playing, recorded counseling sessions, observation, transcript analysis, and evaluation of interviewing/counseling skills techniques. Counseling, consultation, advocacy, assessment, and leadership skills are monitored by faculty via student self-report, journals, video and/or audio recorded counseling sessions, and group supervision. In addition, the course will focus on application of counseling theories and techniques (learned from CNSL 650  and CNSL 655 ) to practice as a counselor in training in either a P -12 school setting or a mental health counseling site under supervision. A minimum of forty hours of direct counseling/consultation services and a minimum 60 hours of indirect services (for a total of 100 hours) with students and/or clients are required at the site. Supervisors agree to provide the opportunities for students to meet these requirements at their site upon accepting students for placement.

For explanation of the Core Course Requirements, click here .



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