PSY 643 - Family Counseling
This course is designed to provide the student with depth of understanding of the historical development of family counseling, theoretical underpinnings, practical techniques, and current issues relevant to family counseling. Students will be exposed to theoretical foundations of and empirically grounded practices relevant to family counseling issues across the life-span. In attaining the desired level of expertise students will examine structural, communication, analytic, and behavioral approaches to family counseling with an emphasis upon ethics, legal issues, current research, and best practices.
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