Professional Counseling Orientation and Ethical Practice II: Transpersonal Art Therapy

This weekly seminar continues the discussion on professional issues related to assessment, treatment planning, documentation, clarification and application of theoretical orientation, transference and countertransference, and various legal and ethical topics. One half of each class meeting is devoted to case consultation and secondary supervision, in addition to the primary supervisory responsibilities of the on-site supervisor. Throughout the semester, students present case material, eventually formulating a coherent case study to be presented at the department orals. If one fails to successfully complete this class, both professional seminars I and II must be retaken together. Prerequisites: Successful completion of all required Art Therapy and Transpersonal Counseling courses. TAT only.
Course Number: CNSA802
Units: 3.5