Description: Person Centered and Experiential Theory and Therapy is an introduction to the theory, research and practice of person centered, experiential and existential psychotherapy. It includes exercises designed to develop competency in relationship and basic counseling/psychotherapy skills. Through experiential exercises, students learn skills that build a therapeutic relationship (e.g., genuineness, empathic understanding, and caring) and intervention skills to help clients express and explore the meanings of their experiences. This course includes exercises designed to develop competency in relationship and basic psychotherapy skills. Letter grade only.
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Prerequisite: Admission to the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. program