Working with Families

Course: FAM1283


This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):

Understanding family systems is essential to providing optimum support to families. Students are grounded in family systems theory and explore patterns of interaction in terms of the wide range of problems that families and partners bring to social agencies. Emphasis is placed on how the family has changed over the generations and various intervention options. Students utilize genograms, timelines and eco maps to assess family functioning.

Prerequisites

FAM1115 and PSY0031


All sections for this course are in progress.