CNS6775: Counseling Administration, Advocacy, Supervision and Policy

Area of Study
Credits 4.0
A study of mental health services and program management involving administration, finance, and budgeting in the private and public sectors, in addition to both individual and group private practice models. Students will be exposed to the foundations and practices of clinical supervision in the context of professional development. The course will also provide knowledge concerning community consultation and strategies for engaging in advocacy for the profession, including public policy and governmental relations.





Quarter 8 in the 8 Quarter program or Quarter 10 in 10 Quarter program or Approval of the Program Director