FAMILY THERAPY (COUN 3304)
CREDITS: 3 Credit Hours
DURATION: January 20 - May 6
INSTRUCTOR: Jeremy Gilliam
This course is designed to offer the student training in conceptual and intervention skills. The focus will be a general overview of both modern and postmodern family therapy approaches. Attention will be given to the conceptualization and application of these models through appropriate therapeutic technique. This course will emphasize the integration of faith and learning in order that the student might utilize their skills for Christian service and professional leadership.
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Brown, J., & Errington, L. (n.d.). Bowen family systems theory in Christian ministry: Grappling with Theory and its Application Through a Biblical Lens. The Family Systems Practice & Institute.
Gottman, J. M., & Silver, N. (2015). The seven principles for making marriage work (Second edition). Harmony Books