EDUC 156. Power, Privilege and Self Identity in Counseling. Focuses on understanding how one's values, attitudes, belief systems impact perception of differences related to race, ethnicity, culture, etc. Experiential activities promote self awareness while developing capacity in becoming a culturally responsive/skilled counselor. Historical processes that created inter and intra group constructs are explored. Note: Open to unclassified students on a space available basis. Required corequisite for the Master of Science in Counseling and requirement for the Counseling Minor, not included in 200-series 60 unit master's degree. Instructor approval required. Graded: Graded Student. Units: 3.0