Course: Theories and Methods of Family Therapy I
Sep-Dec, 2020 Thursday
8:15 am-11:05 am or 11:15 am-2:05 pm
An examination of current theories of marital and family therapy (Bowenian, strategic, structural, cognitive behavioural and psychoanalytic), 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.
By the end of the course, the learner should be able to:
Who should attend
This is a closed group – only Tyndale Clinical Counselling Students can take this course. A similar course is offered with University of Guelph.
For registration, please see Tyndale University College and Seminary