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CSAL 216

Students will enhance their capacity in working with members of non-dominant populations. Students will facilitate development of self-awareness, theoretical knowledge and skill acquisition. Assignments will entail a strong component of personal reflection and self-assessment. Students will develop knowledge and skills necessary to inform work with multicultural and diverse individuals and groups identified by age, ability, gender, sexual orientation, race and ethnicity and socioeconomic, etc. Students will critically examine the concept of diversity, stigmatized social identities and the impact on services and supports.