HUS 215 : Working with the Family of the Chemically Dependent

This course provides an in-depth study of the therapeutic techniques used in working with the family of the chemically dependent with careful exploration given to the psychodynamics of family interaction. Topics include the etiology, perpetuation, and treatment of alcoholism. Emphasis is placed on family and group counseling techniques. Upon completion the student will have the ability to conduct therapeutic sessions with the family of the chemically dependent.

Prerequisites

Admission to Human Services Program and permission of instructor

Overview

Program

hours

3
3T