This course gives special attention to understanding the role and function of preadolescents and adolescents as the focus for family counseling and learning to develop appropriate intervention strategies in working with preadolescents and adolescents in the context of the family.
This course serves the following institutional learning objectives:
Upon completing this course students will be able to:
Mode: Digital Live
This monthly Digital Live course will be conducted from the campus with a monthly schedule aligned with GCTS’ academic calendar. Students should plan to interact weekly with the material, with each other, and with the instructor through online/classroom discussions, mini-lectures, case studies, discussion groups, video-taped role-plays, discussions using several media sources related to preadolescent and adolescent therapy issues. Students will also take an opportunity to engage in meeting with a preadolescent or adolescent between the ages of 10-17 and a parent to practice building rapport with a system and engaging with the preadolescent or adolescent in a mock counseling session to promote active learning opportunities.