415.630.92 THERAPEUTIC GENETIC COUNSELING I
Prepares students to develop an applied theory for genetic counseling practice. Presents a client-centered approach as adapted for short-term therapy related to genetic conditions, using case examples and role-playing to implement concepts and apply them to clinical scenarios; basic attending skills in conjunction with issues of countertransference; and limitations of counseling, particularly for mentally ill clients or those with pathologic grief reactions. Compares and contrasts several counseling theories.
- Friday 12:00 - 1:50
Must be enrolled in ScM in Genetic Counseling Program