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CNED 543 Theories of Family Therapy
This course is designed to provide, for graduate students and professionals in the mental health and human service fields, a comprehensive theoretical overview of the field of family therapy. Included is an examination of the nature of families and their development, the nature of family dysfunction or symptom development in family members, and the nature of the treatment process inclusive of goals, objectives, techniques, and outcomes. Issues pertaining to gender differences and ethnic or cultural variation in the assessment and treatment of family functioning will also be explored.
Prerequisites: SCNS or SCHC Degree student status or permission of department chair, and CNED 540.
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