One Year Internship
Prerequisite: Students must complete BC-1, BC-2, and BC-3 and receive a grade of �C+� or higher in BC-3 before being eligible to take BC-4
BC4 - Case Presentations & Review is an interactive and dynamic course designed to enhance your counseling skills through the examination and analysis of real-life counseling cases. This course offers a unique opportunity to deepen your understanding of counseling principles and practices by engaging with actual counseling scenarios.
In BC4, you will have the opportunity to present and discuss case studies from your own counseling experiences or provided by the course facilitators. Through collaborative discussions, you will explore the complexities of these cases, identify underlying issues, and analyze the effectiveness of the counseling approaches utilized.
This course fosters a supportive learning environment where you can receive feedback, gain insights from fellow participants, and refine your counseling techniques.
Develop the ability to identify and analyze the underlying issues and dynamics present in counseling cases.
Apply the lessons learned from case presentations and discussions to enhance your counseling skills and effectiveness in real-life counseling situations.
Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to evaluate the effectiveness of counseling approaches used in specific cases.
Tuition Cost: $449