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MFT 683 - Family Life Cycle and Adult Development 

3 Credits

Offered every other year

This course focuses on cognitive, physical, sexual, emotional and spiritual development of the person throughout the lifespan, from birth to death. Students will examine central concepts related to parameters of human individual and social development – with a focus on the Family Life Cycle, from both a conceptual and personal perspective. Focus is also on clinical assessment and diagnosis, treatment planning, case management and therapeutic interventions as they relate to transitional crisis across the lifespan, appropriate to the cultural and developmental sensitivities of the client and the family.