Marital and Family Theoretical Foundations
Includes the historical development of systems theory . Human issues are considered from the systems paradigm, including both theoretical literature and practical treatment issues.
(3 quarter or 2 semester credits)
Marital and Family Therapy Diagnosis and Assessment, Treatment, Principles and Techniques
Includes a comprehensive curvey of the major models of system change and the principles and techniques evolving from each model. Applied aspects of therapy practice (range of techniques, indications and contraindications for techniques, intervention rationales, the role of the therapist, etc).
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