SPCL 7922T Multicultural Counseling and Consultation

45 hours; 3 credits

Critical examination of diversity issues related to intersectionality, privilege, and systemic oppression. This course interrogates the influence of racist, nativist, Eurocentric, individualist, heterosexual, patriarchal, cisgender, ableist, and sizeist dominant discourses on the emotional, social, and behavioral development of persons living within the United States. In-class exercises, Blackboard exercises, videos, discussions, and experiential activities will foster development of cultural humility, critical consciousness, and ability to implement social justice-oriented counseling and consultation strategies.


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