MFT 6340: Experiential Theory and Family Therapy (2018-2019)

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This course provides an in-depth study and experience of experiential family therapy. Theoretical models of Carl Whitaker, Virginia Satir, and Sue Johnson are examined. Each student will begin to competently define and create their unique expression of these theories. The importance and usefulness of experiential ideas in working with a diverse population are explored. The student will learn to competently integrate the research of this theory’s effectiveness in creating change for clients. Each student will focus on the development of the person of the therapist. The course will emphasize experiences, questions, and conversations that help the student discover and clarify her/his own self and style as a therapist.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Summer 60614 2 Scott Edwards
W
1:00PM-5:00 PM
06/11-08/17
Marston Watson Hall B52
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Restrictions: Marriage and Family Therapy majors only. Graduate only.
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal with N, Audit
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Summer Part A