Tuesday, 4:50 – 7:10pm GPSA536 Comparative Psychotherapies II: / Hess (Main)
This course surveys major theoretical schools of counseling and psychoanalysis and how to apply their underlying premises in practice. Students will learn about the contributions of these fields to form a broad understanding of clinical techniques from forming the therapeutic relationship, developing a case conceptualization to interviewing and developing a range of intervention strategies with a range of cases. Special emphasis is placed on how each perspective informs how interventions are developed and implemented according to the treatment progression.
CERT elective, MAP required, MAMHC required, Post MA if not taken for MA