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This course provides graduate clinical mental health counselor trainees with an introduction to the ethical, legal, and professional practices in the field of counseling. Students will learn about relevant codes of ethics, legislation and regulatory processes relevant to the counseling profession, and models for ethical decision-making. The use of technology in counseling will also be covered. The course will include information about ethical business practices and statutory requirements for establishing and operating a counseling practice.

Admission to the counseling program or approval of the program director.

Program: Counseling

Credit: 3

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COU-352

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Counseling

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COU-794

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Grading System: letter grades only.

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