Career Development II: Transpersonal Wilderness Therapy

In the second semester of this yearlong course, students continue to gain an understanding of career development. This course addresses career counseling, career planning and development, and adult transition from a holistic and transpersonal point of view. Students learn the central theories of career development. Key assessment instruments and techniques for life/career planning and decision-making are reviewed. Career counseling skills and processes are explored, including those applicable to specific populations. The course explores the interrelationships between work, family, and other life roles, including the role of diversity and gender in career development. Ethical and legal considerations, career development programming and evaluation, occupational and labor market information, and web-based resources for career information systems are studied. Prerequisite: CNSW711. WT only.
Course Number: CNSW731
Units: 1.5