(Prerequisites, CE 810 or concurrent.) This course provides students with an overview of foundational counseling theories: psychodynamic, phenomenological, cognitive-behavioral, and post-modern approaches. Students reflect on their values and beliefs to identify the counseling theories that best fit their worldviews. The application of theory to client concerns in education, private practice, public rehabilitation, and community settings is introduced and modeled. Videos demonstrating how theory and techniques can be used are presented weekly.