The Self of the Therapist I   [Archived Catalog]
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

SCO 5067 - The Self of the Therapist I

There has been a considerable emphasis on the "self of the therapist." This course examines the conventional process of counter-transference in therapy, highlighting the importance of studying one's family of origin history. The primary focus of this course is on the interpersonal relationship between the therapist and the client-the competencies, process, skills critical in helping therapy move effectively toward a good outcome. Dealing with resistant clients and other therapeutic challenges are examined. This course is conducted at every residential conference through the two years. 1 credit(s)