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  1. Conceptual Framework: The School/Community mental Health Counseling program is conceived and developed according to the School of Education conceptual framework, A Journey to Excellence: This course addresses:

“Competence” (reading assignments, lectures, class discussion, quizzes, group paper and presentation)

“Experience” (experiential groups; class group activities)

“Social Justice” (group techniques, skills and issues for diverse populations discussed)

2 School of Education Attendance Policy: “Attendance is required and critical for success. It is the student’s professional responsibility to attend classes, produce quality work, and adhere to the ethics of the profession. Courses may contain content that cannot be made up if classes are missed. Failure to attend all classes may result in lowered grades or failing the course. Instructors have the responsibility for monitoring attendance and determining the effect of attendance on course grades and will inform students of their specific attendance requirements.”

3 Academic honesty: Students are expected to abide by the academic honesty

policy of the University.

4 Students with disabilities who believe that they may need accommodations

in this class are encouraged to contact the Disability Support Services Office, Doyle Room 26, at 375-2066 as soon as possible to better ensure that such accommodations are implemented in a timely fashion

5 Multicultural emphasis (Diversity): The text presents a multicultural

approach which is presumed for all of the theories of counseling and especially in Chapter 16 on Integration where the matter is dealt with in depth. Openness to and respect for differences is an underlying value stressed by this course.

  1. Methods of Instruction: Lectures will be combined with small group activities and class discussions and presentations.


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