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PSY 1605 Diversity in Assessment and Interviewing


Course Description

This course covers diversity issues and their implications for assessment and intervention. Specifically, it considers the psychological impact of gender, race, ethnicity, culture religious preference, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and able-bodiedness. It includes exploration of common stereotypes and their impact on therapy. This course also includes an examination of innovative assessment methods for clients of diverse backgrounds.

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