This course provides instruction on current theories and methods
of couples/marriage therapy. Students gain basic knowledge in the
application, assessment, and interventions of several theoretical models
and are introduced to psychological instruments used in marital therapy.
Emphasis is placed on how marriage therapy attends to diversity issues
such as ethnicity, spirituality, and cultural considerations within the clinical
setting. This course also meets the California requirements for training in
the area of domestic and family violence for MFT and LCSW licensure