Cultural Aspects of Counseling Clients of Hispanic Descent.
Three semester hours. (SS)
This course prepares graduate students in counseling psychology to recognize and appreciate cultural aspects of Hispanic, primarily Mexican and Mexican-American, clients that may influence the counseling process. The course focuses on issues related to class, sex, gender, and spirituality that may arise during the counseling session. The class is taught in Spanish and it is required for counseling psychology students planning to earn the Certificate in Bilingual Counseling offered by the Master’s in Counseling Psychology Program. Prerequisite: Students must be fluent in Spanish; Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.
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