PSY 612 Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy (3)
Major theoretical approaches to the practice of counseling and psychotherapy are examined. The course places special emphasis on the key assumptions of various applied theories, the role and basic methods of clinical assessment, the stages of therapy, the role of the therapeutic relationship, and the goals and strategies to effect change. Each theory will also be examined for its cross-cultural application.
Prerequisite: PSY 610 (PSY 612 is not required for the daytime format.)