Students will examine philosophical assumptions of major counseling theories and apply empirically verified modalities and techniques that can be faithfully housed within the Christian tradition. Students will learn to administer formal and informal assessment tools, as well as adopt counseling theories and clinical interventions which will enable them to competently address the religious/spiritual dimension of client functioning in culturally and ideological diverse treatment settings.

This course provides the student with the necessary skills to professionally evaluate the current research in the field of counseling. Topics include research strategies, scaling and coding, internal and external validity, and program evaluation. Prerequisite: CNS 504.

This course provides the student with the necessary skills to professionally evaluate the current research in the field of counseling. Topics include research strategies, scaling and coding, internal and external validity, and program evaluation. Prerequisite: CNS 504.