In this course, you will learn:
- Counseling and psychotherapy's fundamental characteristics.
- New perspective on the client's "issues," "causes," and "changing process."
- Various counselling and psychotherapy theories (psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, and family counselling approaches).
- A viewpoint that unifies numerous counselling and psychotherapy approaches around the concept of "facilitating variables of good development."
- Through case illustrations, students gain a deeper grasp and application of ideas.
- Psychological Pain, Suffering and Counseling
- Counseling and Human Change
- Psychodynamic Approach (1) Freud's Drive Theory
- Psychodynamic Approach (2) Object Relations/Attachment Theory
- Cognitive-Behavioral Approach (1) Behavioral Approach
- Cognitive-Behavioral Approach (2) Cognitive Approach
- Humanistic Approach
- Family/System Approach
- Integrating Different Counseling Approaches: Process-Based Intervention Model(PBIM) (by C.Kim)