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MFT 668. Professional Skills and Procedures

Credits: 3
Department: Counseling & Community Psychology
Description: Development of the essential skills for working with individuals, couples, families and groups to conceptualize client concerns, establish goals, and apply systemic interventions.
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Demonstrate an understanding of the therapeutic process, from a systemic perspective. (PO 1)
2. Gain awareness of interpersonal skills and self as therapist related to therapeutic effectiveness in MFT. (SLO 4)
3. Demonstrate the verbal and non-verbal skills associated with attention to therapeutic process. (SLO 4)
4. Develop skills in assessing the client's level of functioning. (SLO 5)
5. Develop and practice skills in asking appropriate, systemic questions. (PO 1)
6. Become acquainted with therapeutic interventions for individuals, couples, and families, and their appropriate use. (SLO 4, 5)

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