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|CPSY 943 - Issues in Family Counseling|
A review of various perspectives on marriage and family counseling in the context of their theoretical bases. The primary emphasis is on the family as a dynamic system focusing on the interactions among members, rather than on the individuals themselves. Psychopathology and functional interactions in families, as well as strategies for effecting change in the system, are examined.
Prerequisites: CPSY 901 Theories of Psychotherapy and Counseling, CPSY 911 Orientation to Counseling Practice, CPSY 956 Understanding Social Science Research, CPSY 964 Advanced Principles of Learning and Development, CPSY 990 Counseling Practicum I and CPSY 991Counseling Practicum II.
1.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Independent/Directed Study, Lecture