HSV 350 Theological Skills for Human Services Professionals

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
This course examines the philosophical, theological and clinical foundations of varied approaches to pastoral counseling and the framework for understanding pastoral counseling as a specialization within the mental health profession. Students will contract for and complete a field experience in an area of pastoral counseling of particular interest to him/her, i.e. bereavement, hospital chaplainry, parish ministry, pastoral counseling with the chemically dependent. (Formerly HSV 210) This course may be taken as a Religious Studies elective. Delivered as an accelerated, hybrid course.
Prerequisites: Introduction to Human Service (HSV 100); Models and Methods (HSV 220); Theoretical Base of Counseling (HSV 305), and Clinical Counseling Skills (HSV 310).