Academics
Introduction to Systemic Therapies and Anti-Oppressive Practices

Course

Subject

SMF

Number

208

Term

Fall
2021

Department

Department of Sexuality, Marriage, & Family Studies

Staff

This course provides an overview of various theoretical and therapeutic practices in relational and sex therapy, and serves as an introduction to social justice, anti-oppressive, and inclusionary therapeutic practices. In doing so, the intersections of social locations such as class, culture, dis/ability, gender, and race within various social contexts are critically analyzed.

 

Offered remotely

Section

001

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