PM 768

Marriage and Family Counseling

This course is focused on the specific areas of marriage and the family. Topics covered include the purpose of marriage, divorce and remarriage, roles of husband and wife, physical intimacy within marriage, communication and conflict resolution, spouse and child abuse, stewardship of time and priorities, preventing and rebuilding after adultery, parenting, and family counseling (case studies are also discussed).

Lectures
PM 768 Lecture 01: Foundational Issues
PM 768 Lecture 01: Foundational Issues
Dr. John Street
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PM768 Lecture 02: Foundational Issues
PM768 Lecture 02: Foundational Issues
Dr. John Street
1:29
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PM768 Lecture 03: Foundational Issues
PM768 Lecture 03: Foundational Issues
Dr. John Street
1:18
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PM768 Lecture 04: Goals in Family Counseling
PM768 Lecture 04: Goals in Family Counseling
Dr. John Street
1:35
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PM768 Lecture 05: Process Dynamics
PM768 Lecture 05: Process Dynamics
Dr. John Street
1:26
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PM768 Lecture 06: Process Dynamics
PM768 Lecture 06: Process Dynamics
Dr. John Street
1:33
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PM768 Lecture 07: Process Dynamics
PM768 Lecture 07: Process Dynamics
Dr. John Street
1:27
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PM768 Lecture 08: Family Life Cycles
PM768 Lecture 08: Family Life Cycles
Dr. John Street
1:35
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