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This program examines assessment and intervention techniques when more than one person is therapeutically involved. Topics covered include: treating antisocial youth and families; group treatment for children and adolescents with eating disorders; using emotionally focused family therapy; group treatment with older adults; techniques for preventing relapse in couples therapy; providing solution-focused premarital counseling; conducting multiple family group treatment for persons with schizophrenia; using narrative family therapy; treating family, groups, and individuals in cases of neurological impairment; conducting group therapy in private practice; organizing groups for disaster preparedness and response; using the Suicidal Adult Assessment Protocol (SAAP); group treatment of addiction using a cultural transformation approach; group counseling with African American college women.
18 CE credits/hours, 180 questions
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers
- Describe a suicidal assessment protocol for adults.
- List specific types of group therapy, including
- group treatments for children and adolescents with eating disorders,
- group therapy with older adults,
- multiple family group treatment for persons with schizophrenia,
- conducting group therapy in private practice,
- disaster preparedness and response groups,
- group treatment of addictions, and
- group counseling with African-American women.
- Explain specific approaches to family therapy, including
- treatment of antisocial youth and families,
- emotionally focused family therapy,
- narrative family therapy, and
- family treatment for persons with neurological impairments.
- Name specific types of couples counseling, including
- relapse prevention in couples therapy,
- solution-focused premarital counseling, and
- marital distress prevention programs.
Statement of Understanding (downloadable/printable)
"Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Groups, Couples, & Family Therapy" - Final Exam Questions (downloadable/printable)