FMST-4323 Introduction to Marital and Family Therapy
An introduction to the field of marital and family therapy. It will present the history of systems therapy, including the importance of systems theory to the continuing development of the discipline. Special emphasis will be placed on the current status of marital and family therapy including the importance of constructivist theories. The course will also present the major theories of marital and family therapy that have defined the field for the last 40 years. This will be a systemic, experiential, discussion-based class that will require active participation from each student. Same as PSYC-4323. This course is normally offered in the spring semester of even numbered years.