University of Northern Iowa: Guatemala - UNI Multicultural Counseling in Guatemala, Summer Program

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The Multicultural Counseling course in Guatemala is designed for graduate students in counseling, psychology, social work, and education that have busy lives and cannot afford to be out of the U.S. for more than a couple of weeks. This course give... read more

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This program was worthwhile, I learned a lot about another culture and my eyes have been opened. I feel more accepting and less judgemental about people who are not exactly like me. - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
I was able to learn about various cultures and be immersed in cultural experiences I would never have learned on campus in the United States. Yes, it was worthwhile. - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
The trip to Guatemala during May session taught me so much more than I believe I could have gained from a campus held session. It was an opportunity to challenge myself personally, learn about culture first-hand, and immerse myself in learning how to be aware of multicultural issues in Counseling. It was an awesome experience ... - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review

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The Multicultural Counseling course in Guatemala is designed for graduate students in counseling, psychology, social work, and education that have busy lives and cannot afford to be out of the U.S. for more than a couple of weeks. This course gives you the opportunity to explore the millenary Mayan culture of Guatemala reflected on the beauty of Lake Atitlán located in the highland’s region of Panajachel. This course offers the opportunity to travel on boat and visit the surrounding towns of Lake Atitlán (e.g., Santiago de Atitlán, San Marcos de la Laguna, San Lucas de Tolimán, Santa Cruz and Jaibalito, San Pedro de la Laguna).

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  • Summer
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