Cambodia COUN 515
This course applies an interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, strength-based and disability studies lens to understand the needs of youth and families and the influence of social and cultural factors on the lived experience of disability. This course will examine multicultural counseling and emphasize culturally informed and responsive approaches for working with children with special needs and their families in clinical mental health and school counseling settings. Students will engage in a wide range of academic and experiential exercises, field trips and reflection activities aimed to increase multicultural knowledge, skills and self-awareness to work effectively with families of children and youth with disabilities and with the network of service providers and community agencies with which these families interact.
|Application Deadline||Feb 5, 2016|
|Travel Dates||July 22 - August 6, 2016|
|Pre-Trip Session:||May 20, 2016 1pm - 4pm MRH- 127|
|Post-session||September 9, 2016|
|Global Study Fee||$ 350|
|Estimated Travel Costs||$1,393*|
|Total Estimated Expense:||$3,843
* Airfare not included
1. The estimated program costs includes accommodation, transportation for in-country program activities, some meals and program costs. Students will need to budget for some additional meals and incidental costs.
2. Upon registration, you will be billed a non-refundable $150 deposit.
3. When you receive confirmation that you have been accepted to the course, you need to book your own flights.
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