PSY 323 Clinical/Counseling Methods

Prerequisite: PSY 211

Clinical and Counseling Methods is designed to provide undergraduate students with an overview of the science and practice of clinical and counseling psychology. The course will cover the history and development of the field, including methods of inquiry and major theoretical perspectives. Methods of assessment and intervention in clinical psychology will be examined through readings, lectures, discussions, and, when appropriate and available, film/video. Additionally, students will be encouraged strongly to apply critical thinking and analysis skills to some of the current and controversial issues that pervade the field of clinical psychology.


1 Course Credit

Cross Listed Courses

PSY 217