PSYC 331 Theories of CounsellingFree
About this course
Theories of Counselling introduces the major contemporary approaches to counselling and psychotherapy. It includes a thorough examination of the main concepts, therapeutic processes, and change mechanisms forwarded within each approach. The course reviews research evidence regarding the approaches’ applicability and effectiveness and provides brief overviews of their history and models of personality. Lastly, the course examines an integrative model of psychotherapy and invites students to examine the central assumptions underlying different approaches to counselling and psychotherapy.
Notes: 3 credits
Prerequisites: 6 hours of 200 level Psychology classes.