Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3001 and 4032 Description: An in-depth overview of the different therapeutic modalities that will be useful for students who are considering graduate studies in clinical psychology. Topics to be covered include psychoanalysis, humanistic and systemic psychotherapeutic techniques. The theoretical framework and application of each modality will be critically examined and discussed. Intervention strategies, used with the younger populations (children and adolescents), will be considered that are based on therapeutic modalities covered in the current course and in Psychotherapy I. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0 Notes: Students who have previous credit in Psychology 4020 may not take Psychology 4033 for credit.

Psychology 4033 Psychotherapy II – Therapeutic Modalities

Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Psychology 3001 and 4032 Description: An in-depth overview of the different therapeutic modalities that will be useful for students who are considering graduate studies in clinical psychology. Topics to be covered include psychoanalysis, humanistic and systemic psychotherapeutic techniques. The theoretical framework and application of each modality will be critically examined and discussed. Intervention strategies, used with the younger populations (children and adolescents), will be considered that are based on therapeutic modalities covered in the current course and in Psychotherapy I. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0 Notes: Students who have previous credit in Psychology 4020 may not take Psychology 4033 for credit.




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