Humanistic Mindfulness-Based Therapies with Family

School of Professional Psychology and Health CMHW 5042 3.00

Presents a history of humanistic and mindfulness-based psychotherapies and their application in community clinical settings. Offers a historical perspective, beginning with Carl Rogers's theory through the development of mindfulness-based theory and practice. Case materials present assessment, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment planning, and treatment options using these theories. Student will experience and practice multiple methods of evaluation and the implementation of evidence-based practices in community mental health settings. Examines relationships between humanistic, mindfulness, and other clinical theories. CMHW student

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