Marital, Couple, and Family Counseling

Marital, Couple, and Family Counseling

Marital, Couple, and Family Counseling provides students with an introduction to systemic theories and practices for future therapeutic work with couples and families. Clinical skills are developed to help couples and families deal with relationship issues, life cycle and developmental crises, and other issues which may be affecting family and/or couple life and living. The curriculum of this specialization meets the academic requirements for licensure in Marriage & Family Counseling in the State of Florida.

Core Courses (42 credits)

CSL 501Orientation to the Counseling Profession
CSL 588Crisis Intervention
CSL 600Legal & Ethical Issues in Counseling
CSL 610Human Growth and Development
CSL 621Psychological Measurements
CSL 629Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling
CSL 652Individual Counseling Procedures
CSL 653Career Development and Life Work Planning
CSL 658Group Counseling Procedures
CSL 680Family Counseling
CSL 686Counseling Theories and Interventions
CSL 694Counseling Practicum (6 credits)
EDR 601Methodology of Research

Marital, Couple, and Family Counseling
(24 credits)

CSL 569Psychopathology: Diagnosis and Treatment in Counseling
CSL 605Treatment of Substance Abuse in Counseling
CSL 650Human Sexuality
CSL 687Marriage and Family Systems
CSL 690Couples Counseling In The Context Of The Family Life Cycle
CSL 696Internship in Couples, Marriage and Family Counseling (6 credits)