This course serves as an introduction to the origins and development of conceptual approaches for counseling couples and families. There is an emphasis on theories, counselor skills, and techniques for providing family therapy. Experiential learning is a large component of this course and students engage in a variety of activities to practice the materials being studied. Involvement, application, and professionals are organizing themes in the course, as well as key components and expectations in student performance.
Semester(s) Offered: Fall.