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PSYC 642 - PSYCHODYNAMIC COUNSELING

Critical didactic and experiential examination of theory and techniques in psychodynamic counseling, as applied to work in clinical mental health settings, will be covered in this course. Applied course focusing on counseling theory, treatment planning, and intervention.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

  • PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
  •   OR  PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
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    Course Notes:

    For MA students only


    PSYC 642A - PSYCHODYNAMIC THEORY I

    Introduction to critical examination of theory and techniques in psychodynamic psychotherapy.

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisites:

  • PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
  •   OR  PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
  • View the Course Finder for more detailed prerequisite information.

    Course Notes:

    For MA students only


    PSYC 642B - PSYCHODYNAMIC THEORY II

    Continuation of critical examination of theory and techniques in psychodynamic psychotherapy.

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisites:

  • PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
  •   OR  PSYC 520 (with a min grade of B)
  • View the Course Finder for more detailed prerequisite information.

    Course Notes:

    For MA students only