An examination of current theories of marital and family therapy (solution-focused, contextual, experiential, narrative and Milan), along with appropriate intervention methods related to each theoretical orientation. The various therapeutic models are examined in terms of their history, philosophy, theoretical tenets, functional and dysfunctional effects on families, assessment, goals, treatment process, techniques, role of the therapist and evaluation. Prerequisites: COUN 0574 and COUN 0677. COUN majors only or by permission of instructor.
Course Code: COUN 0774 | Credit Hours: | Seminary Graduate Course