Post-Graduate Cert. Counseling Military Families
MCPY 660/MFT 660
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Substance Abuse Treatment
MCPY 663 - Counseling Military Families
Examines impact of military culture on family, cycle of deployment, post-deployment, and integration into the community. Special emphasis on counseling spouse and children including: secondary trauma, substance abuse, domestic violence, attachment and intimacy.
Pre-requisite: TAKE MCPY*635
MCPY 672 - Crisis, Trauma, and Loss
Examines the impact of trauma and loss on military personnel and families, survivors of natural disasters, violence, and terrorism. Emphasis on counselors immediate response, assessment and treatment protocols for recovery, trauma and addition, post-traumatic stress, suicide prevention and assessment.
MFT 650 - Family Origins and Life Cycles
An in-depth study of family life cycle including adult development. The impact of transitions such as career, marriage, divorce, and death at different stages of the family life cycle as guides to therapeutic understanding.
MFT 662 - Counseling Military Couples
Explores couple relationship dynamics within the military culture focusing on enhanced cognitive behavioral couple therapy, solution-focused therapy, EFCT, and Gottman method couple therapy. Addresses issues of TBI, PTSD, IPV, and infidelity.
MFT 667 - Couples Therapy
Provides an overview of theories of couples therapy, relational dynamics, cycles of partnering, negotiating, therapist alliance and bias. Emphasizes skills for working with couples conflict, violence, infidelity, commitment and divorce.
Pre-requisite: TAKE MCPY*635;