cnsl500 | Graduate
Orientation To The Counseling Profession
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- Analyze personal motivations for wanting to become a counselor.
- Examine personal interests and skills as they pertain to counseling.
- Identify skills and characteristics of an effective counselor.
The Counseling Professions
- Describe the contributing factors in developing a professional identity as a counselor.
- Examine career options within the counseling professions.
- Identify professional and ethical standards within counseling.
Counseling: Past, Present, and Future
- Describe the evolution of the counseling field from the past to the future trends.
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