Violence in Relationships: Therapeutic Perspectives and Approaches

— COUN 0673 (3)

The nature of relational violence, its historical roots, and its expression in modern social life and institutions in relation to physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. The development of a preventative and a therapeutic response to violence in relationships based on a theological and systemic perspective. Understanding the personal and interpersonal dynamics of violence and the therapeutic response to victims, perpetrators, and witnesses from a systems perspective will also be explored with specific attention to collaborative and non-shaming interventions. Prerequisite: COUN 574, 677. Recommended prerequisite: COUN 674. COUN majors only or by permission of the instructor.
Course Code: COUN 0673 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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