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HUS 335: Interpersonal Helping Skills Course: Welcome

This is a skills-based course which introduces students to Generalist Practice in a variety of Human Services settings emphasizing micro, macro, and mezzo approaches. Students will become familiar with the Council of Standards for Human Services.

Saint Leo Core Values

For this course, the Saint Leo University core values of Community, Excellence, and Respect are most applicable.

Community - We develop hospitable Christian learning communities wherever we are called to serve. With mutual trust and respect as the bedrock of our relationships, we foster a spirit of belonging, unity, and interdependence.

Excellence - Saint Leo University is an educational enterprise. All of us, individually and collectively, work hard to ensure that our students develop character, learn the skills, and assimilate the knowledge essential to become morally responsible leaders. The success of our university depends upon a conscientious commitment to our mission, vision, and goals.

Respect - Animated in the spirit of Jesus Christ, we value all individuals’ unique talents, respect their dignity, and strive to foster their commitment to excellence in our work. Our community’s strength depends on the unity and diversity of our people, on the free exchange of ideas, and on learning, living, and working harmoniously.

See all the Saint Leo Core Values.  

How to cite the Saint Leo University core values website page.  

Saint Leo University. (n.d.) Mission, values, & identity.

In-text citations should be (Saint Leo University, n.d.) because there is no date and if you quote it there will not be a page number. 

How to cite your textbook

McClam, T. & Woodside, M. R. (2012) Helping process: Assessment to termination. Brooks /Cole Cengage Learning.

In-text citations will be McClam and Woodside (2012) or (McClam & Woodside, 2012)


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