Counseling Psychology 791:

Foundations of Clinical Mental Health Counseling

with Travis Wright

About this course

Foundations of Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CP 791) explores the history and development of the mental health counseling profession. Topics include:

  • Professional ethics
  • Credentialing
  • Major theories & models
  • Roles
  • Principles including:
    • Prevention
    • Intervention
    • Consultation
    • Education
    • Advocacy
  • Systems promoting mental health and well-being

Additionally, this course is designed to meet a licensure requirement for students enrolled in master’s programs in mental health counseling or rehabilitation counseling.

Counseling Psychology 791: Foundations of Mental Health Counseling Times

M,T,W,Th

8:55am-12:15pm

Counseling Psychology 791: Foundations of Mental Health Counseling Dates
May 30 –
June 18
Counseling Psychology 791: Foundations of Mental Health Counseling Credits
Credit
Course
Counseling Psychology 791: Foundations of Mental Health Counseling Questions
Questions?

Contact travis.wright@wisc.edu

Look for COUNS PSY 791 in your

course guide or student center.