2 August 2018

Systemic and Collaborative Therapies

This one-semester course (36 academic course credit hours) teaches the student basic concepts and skills in systemic and collaborative therapies that include family systems theory, attachment theory, interpersonal psychotherapy, narrative therapy and solution focussed therapy. Priority is given to the safe and effective use of self, confidentiality, and self-care within the therapeutic relationship. The course explores power and privilege, trauma and abuse, grief and loss, and cultural diversity through an ethical, clinical, and spiritually-integrated psychotherapeutic framework. This course will be of interest to students preparing for certification in the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.

Year One - WINTER Semester

ICS 152808 W19
Rev. Dr. Lawrence Beech
Mondays, 9:00am - 11:50am
Location: TCPCE