Graduate Counseling Division Textbook and Syllabi Table

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These syllabi are meant to be general guidelines for the courses and are meant to provide basic information including but not limited to course objectives and benchmark assignments, potential readings and schedules. Students are advised to refer to the syllabus provided by the course instructor for exact assignments, readings, and schedules.

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Master of Arts in Counseling Program

(Admission to MAC or MAMFT required for enrollment in any MCPY or MFT course)

Clinical Coursework:


Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy Program

(Admission to MAMFT or MAC required for enrollment in any MCPY or MFT course)


Post-Graduate Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy


Post-Graduate Certificate in Transformative Counseling


Post-Graduate Certificate in Counseling Children and Adolescents


Post-Graduate Certificate in Counseling Military Families



MCPY 505
Skills for Helping Professionals

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CFT 601
Co-ocurring Disorders and Trauma Informed Care

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CFT 602
Infectious Diseases and Pharmacology

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CFT 603
Motivational Interviewing and Client Record Management

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MCPY 602
Spirituality and Counseling

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MCPY 605
Human Growth & Development

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MCPY 610
Theories of Counseling 

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MCPY 615
Cultural Issues & Social Justice 

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MCPY 620
Abnormal Psychology

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MCPY 625
Professional Orientation & Ethical Issues

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MCPY 630
Groups: Processes & Counseling

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MCPY 635
Counseling Techniques One

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MCPY 636
Counseling Techniques II

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MCPY 640
Research Methods & Program Evaluation 

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MCPY 645
Clinical Assessment

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MCPY 650
Career Counseling & Development

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MCPY 660
Substance Abuse Counseling

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MFT 605
Human Growth & Development

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MFT 610
Theories of Family Therapy

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MFT 615
Cultural Issues & Social Justice

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MFT 620
Assessment and Diagnosis

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MFT 621
Integrated Healthcare

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MFT 625
Professional Orientation & Ethical Issues

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MFT 635
Counseling Techniques I

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MFT 638
Techniques in Family and Couple Therapy

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MFT 640
Research Methods

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MFT 650
Family Origins and Life Cycles

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MFT 660
Substance Abuse Treatment

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MFT 662
Counseling Military Couples

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MCPY 663
Counseling Military Families

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MFT 665
Gender Development and Sexuality Counseling

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MFT 667
Couples Therapy

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MFT 668
Play in Family Therapy

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MCPY 668
Play in Family Therapy

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MFT 669
Advanced Couple Therapy Techniques

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MCPY 670
Advanced Play Therapy

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MCPY 672
Crisis, Trauma, & Loss

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MCPY 674
Grief Therapy & Life Transitions

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MCPY 676
Ecopsychology: A Transformative Perspective

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MCPY 677
Counseling Pre-Adolescents and Adolescents

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MCPY 678
Introduction to Play Therapy

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MCPY 679
Sandtray Therapy Techniques
 

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MCPY 681
Transformative Counseling: A Depth Perspective

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MCPY 682
Personal Mythology & Narrative

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MCPY 683
Approaches to Dream Work

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MCPY 684
Play Therapy and Counseling in Italy

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MCPY 685
Qualitative Research Methods

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MCPY 687
Cultural Narratives: Literature, Myths, Fairy Tales

 

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MCPY 698 A, B, & C
Supervised Counseling Internship A, B, & C

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(MCPY 698C syllabus available from instructor)



MFT 690
Practicum: Practice of Family Therapy

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MFT 692
Practicum: Clinical Supervision

 

MCPY 692
Counseling Practicum: Clinical Supervision

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MCPY 693
Counseling Practicum

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MFT 699 A,B, & C
Supervised Marriage & Family Therapy Internship

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(MFT 699C syllabus available from instructor)


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