Survey of the major contemporary systems of psychotherapy. Includes analytic, family systems, cognitive and behavioral approaches. Students will learn theories, techniques, and processes involved in the practice of psychotherapy. Clinical diagnoses and interventions are revisited from the perspective of communications theory. The lab portion of the course will include opportunities for experiential learning, including: clinical skill development using clinical research methods for coding and analyzing factors salient in dyad and group communication (e.g., non-verbal, verbal, and other aspects of communication).
Location & Meeting Time
Bailey Hall-106+ T/TH 09:00AM-10:45AM LEC