Academic Programs 

Multi-Cultural Counseling Skills for Pastoral Settings   (AM-650-3)   
 Winter/Spring 2003

This course surveys ways in which the pastoral-counseling encounter is affected when the counselor and the client are from different cultures.  Topics include: cultural “world views” and their implications for counseling, ethnic and racial identity development, practical strategies for counseling with members of specific ethnic populations, cultural variations in help-seeking attitudes, assessment of multicultural competencies, learning from indigenous/traditional models of intervention, and multicultural implications for assessment and diagnosis, culture and families, and culture and careers. 

Meeting Day, Time and Dates: 
Please note this special schedule: Fridays from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on January 31-February 1, February 14-15, February 28-March 1, March 14-15, and April 4-5

Location: Room 205

Siegfried Haug
Adjunct Professor of Arts of Ministry and Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Contact Information:
(860) 509-9500

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