Human Sexuality and the Therapeutic Relationship

— COUN 0672 (3)

Designed to increase one's personal and professional awareness about the topic of human sexuality. The experience of human sexuality from the biological, theological, personal, and relational perspectives is considered. Attention is given to developing skills in sexual assessment and constructing the sexual genogram, understanding common sexual concerns and a therapeutic response. Understanding the interpersonal dynamics of sexuality within the helping relationship itself is also discussed. Students will be encouraged to explore their own sexual history and how it affects their ability to form therapeutic relationships. Recommended prerequisite: COUN 574 or equivalent.
Course Code: COUN 0672 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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