Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course is excellent if someone is thinking of becoming a counselor. This course teaches theories in counseling, it also gives the student a taste of what they will be doing if they enter this field of work. This course is important because in order to be an effective counselor, picking a theory for your counseling experience is necessary because without a preferred theory or model, it will be extremely difficult for the student to convey to the client the origin of their problems how to fix them. This class explains human motivation, techniques, counselor and client role, background and much more. Knowing which theory you identify with is sort of like you choosing how you see life, and if you're unsure, how can you guide a client through theirs?
I learned how different theories correspond with how different people determine their reality and the origins of their mal-adaptations. I also learned the differences in how different theories perceive how the client and therapist should interact with each other, with some theories perceiving the situation in a completely different way. There was a lot of information in the course, and it was both interesting and informative.
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Advice for students:
Read the textbook diligently and go to all lectures because the professor's lectures are very informative.