PSYN 402 - Family Therapy and Counseling
This seminar examines family therapy and counseling theories as approaches to understanding human behavior. In addition, the course addresses a number of practical concerns such as the pros and cons of family therapy, the differences among family therapy, marriage counseling, and group therapy, and skills and attitudes characteristic of professionals working as effective family counselors. The key issue of communication patterns with families is examined through selective readings and in-class role-playing. A Life Arts Project is required.
Only open to students in the B.A. Liberal Arts and Sciences program.
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