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Counseling Psychology Electives

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  • CNSL 504 Biological Bases of Behavior/Cognition and Learning (required for School Psychology degree)
  • CNSL 507 Groups for Children and Adolescents (required for School Counseling and School Psychology degrees)
  • CNSL 531 Trauma Across the Lifespan (required for Trauma Studies concentration)
  • CNSL 540 Substance Abuse Counseling
  • CNSL 541 Crisis Intervention and Trauma Treatment Methods (required for Trauma Studies concentration)
  • CNSL 551 Grief and Loss Counseling Theory & Practice (required for Trauma Studies concentration)
  • CNSL 552 Counseling Men and Boys
  • CPSY 553 Relaxation Training and Treatment Applications
  • CPSY 555 Psychology of Women
  • CPSY 560 Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (required for Applied Behavior Analysis concentration)
  • CPSY 561 Autism Spectrum Disorders and Applied Behavior Analysis (required for Applied Behavior Analysis concentration)
  • CPSY 562 Behavior Measurement and Treatment Evaluation (required for Applied Behavior Analysis concentration)
  • CPSY 563 Behavior Therapy in Community Settings (required for Applied Behavior Analysis concentration)
  • CNSL 590 Marriage and Family Theory & Therapy
  • CNSL 612 Psychotherapy with Borderline Personality
  • CPSY 613 Psychopharmacology
  • CNSL 617 Consultation and Positive Behavior Strategies (required for School Counseling and School Psychology degrees and Applied Behavior Analysis concentration)
  • CNSL 653 Approaches to Christian Counseling
  • CNSL 680 Research Project (required for School Psychology degree)

NOTE:  The above courses may be taken as electives, but first priority for registration is given to students for whom the course is required for the degree/concentration.  Core courses in each of Counseling Psychology’s three degree programs are open only to students in those programs:  MA in (Clinical) Counseling, MA in School Counseling, and MS in School Psychology. 

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