PSY611: Counseling Families
Counseling Families provides the student insight into how to help in difficult family relationships. Numerous case studies are provided to aid in the study of Counseling Families. Each case study is from an actual situation in Dr. Rekers’ work with families.
The primary goal of this course is to teach students how to help navigate family issues. Additionally, the student is furnished numerous charts and lists to aid in the practical application of counseling families.
- Course Title:
George A. Rekers, PhD
$275.00 [+ S&H]
- Credit Hours: 3
- Estimated Time to Complete: 45 Clock Hours
- Maximum Time Limit: 16 Weeks
- Student must complete one final exam
Upon ordering the course, the student will receive course materials via hardcopy materials mailed to their address, or via online in their Student Center account.
This course leads to Advanced Certification in Child & Adolescent Therapy if the student completes this course along with the following courses:
This course leads to Advanced Certification in Domestic Violence & Intervention Therapy if the student completes this course along with the following courses and holds at minimum a Master of Arts degree: