This course examines the historical and current values, problems, issues, concerns, and support needs of special population groups including, but not limited to age, gender, race, ethnicity, culture, immigration status, socioeconomic status, physical or psychiatric disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. The role of power in the helping relationship will be examined with regard to social and cultural identities and viewing both the service provider and the client within the context of the larger society. Emphasis is on the importance of self-awareness and examining personal biases and prejudices. Through the utilization of research methods, design, and data analysis students will also examine cultural trends to support their understanding of the evolutionary elements of multiculturalism in counseling.
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