Family: Systems Development
This 3-credit, fully online, graduate course provides a unique perspective about families in the 21st century. The changing family constellation and diversity of family experiences are at the heart of this course. Additionally, students gain firsthand knowledge about key stressors confronting families today (e.g., domestic violence, substance abuse, parenting). Techniques and strategies are provided throughout.
The instructor, Dr. Clauss-Ehlers, is an award-winning, national expert in family psychology. She is a fellow of APA's Division 43, Society for Couple and Family Therapy. She is board certified in the specialty of couple and family therapy. She has written extensively on this issue.
If you are interested in learning more about how families work and family dynamics-- this is the course for you. This course has been taken by graduate students in communications, counseling, public health, psychology, education, and social work, among other areas. All are welcome. It is required for Master's students in School Counseling at the Graduate School of Education. The course is also an elective for Counseling Psychology Master's students at the Graduate School of Education.
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