Exploration of life transitions and ageing process, examination of counseling theories and strategies, and clinical applications of assessment and intervention techniques with older adults.  Students will develop a conceptual understanding of age-related physical, cognitive, functional, and emotional changes to specific counseling issues brought experienced older adults, including health, wellness, mental health, rehabilitation, career changes, relationships, caregiving, family dynamics and bereavement.

Prerequisites: CNSL 501 or permission of program coordinator

3 Credits

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