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Counseling and Psychotherapy Theory
About this courseSkip About this course
Counseling and Psychotherapy Studies seeks to understand and clarify our mind’s pains, sufferings, and illnesses, and to explore and practice various coping methods.
"Counseling and Psychotherapy Theory " examines both traditional and modern theories of counseling theories through rich case illustrations. This course will provide an easy-to-understand overview of the process of positive behavioral change of human being.
At a glance
- Institution: SNUx
- Subject: Social Sciences
- Level: Introductory
- Language: English
- Video Transcripts: English, 한국어
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- The basic features of counseling and psychotherapy
- New understanding of client ‘problems’, ‘causes’, and ‘process of change’
- Various theories of counseling and psychotherapy (psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, and family counseling approaches)
- A perspective that integrates various theories of counseling and psychotherapy around ‘facilitating factors of positive change’
- In-depth understanding and application of theories through case illustrations
- Week 1: Psychological Pain, Suffering and Counseling
- Week 2: Counseling and Human Change
- Week 3: Psychodynamic Approach (1) Freud's Drive Theory
- Week 4: Psychodynamic Approach (2) Object Relations/Attachment Theory
- Week 5: Cognitive-Behavioral Approach (1) Behavioral Approach
- Week 6: Cognitive-Behavioral Approach (2) Cognitive Approach
- Week 7: Humanistic Approach
- Week 8: Family/System Approach
- Week 9: Integrating Different Counseling Approaches: Process-Based Intervention Model(PBIM) (by C.Kim)
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