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Counseling Deployed Military and their Families and Advanced Counselor Identity

Wiesloch, Germany
October 27 – November 3, 2012


This International field experience to Germany will emphasize two main topics. First, the class will explore the issues encountered by families who have been deployed in our US military in order to better prepare students to work with families and military personnel in the transition prior to deployment, during deployment, or re-adjustment to United States after a deployment . Discussions with military chaplains, family life counselors, school counselors, and others in the military will offer insight into the issues encountered by families in order to become more aware of deployment issues and how counselors can assist families in these transitions. Second, the class will attend the annual European Branch of the American Counseling Association Conference for enhanced professional counselor identity. Students will present a poster session at the conference on a topic of personal interest related to counseling as part of the class requirement.

Course
CE 598 Counseling Deployed Military and their Families and Advanced Counselor Identity

Academic Director
Dr. Lisa R. Jackson-Cherry

Program Cost
$3,380

Program cost includes
  • Tuition ($2,430)
  • Accommodations – single room
  • Most meals
  • Travel insurance
  • Predeparture orientation
 
*MU reserves the right to make any necessary changes including adjustments in cost in the event that unforeseen circumstances arise. Financial aid may apply. For more information, please contact the Financial Aid Office as soon as possible. You are responsible for making all timely payments to Marymount University.

Requirements:
To apply for any study abroad program, you must be in good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 and not be on disciplinary probation.

Admission to the program is made on a rolling basis, and decisions will be given in a timely manner. However, please be aware that decisions will not be made on a daily basis, so you should expect a delay between when you submit an application and when you receive notification.

Students do not need a passport to apply for the program, but accepted applicants must provide the Center for Global Education with a copy of their passport before the time of departure. The passport application process takes four to six weeks. Applications for new and renewed passports can be downloaded from the State Department’s Web site.
 
Application deadline – August 1, 2012

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