Graduate Course: PSY 6350/7350 - Family And Couple

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Graduate Course: PSY 6350/7350 - Family and Couple TherapySyllabus: Fall, 2013Faculty: Wesley A. Bullock, Ph.D., Dept. of Psychology, University of Toledoemail: wesley.bullock@utoledo.eduClass Meeting Time: Thursday 5:00 - 7:30 (weekly for the 16 week semester)Primary Text: Nichols, M. P. (2012). Family Therapy. Concepts and Methods' (lOth ed).Pearson!Allyn & Bacon: Boston.In addition to the primary text, articles, handouts, and supplemental text readings will be providedfor each topic covered by the course.Supplemental texts:Weeks, G. R., Odell, M., & Methven, S. (2005). If Only I Had Known. Avoiding CommonMistakes in Couples Therapy. W.W. Norton: New York.Gehart, D. (2010). Mastering Competencies in Family Therapy." A Practical Approach toTheories and Clinical Case Documentation. Brooks/Cole. Belmont, CA.Course Description: An overview of the field of family and couple therapy. This courseexamines the historical and conceptual development of family and couple therapy as a disciplineand reviews current theoretical perspectives on couple/family interaction and the specifictherapeutic techniques that stem from those theoretical perspectives. Students will have readingseach week to further specific knowledge and skill acquisition in performing couple and familytherapy. The course goal is to facilitate engagement with, and application of, current theoreticaland empirical research literature. Textbook and assigned literature readings will be supplementedwith couple and family therapy training videos.Course OutlineDateAug.To T 9 pÿ22Foundations / Evolution of Family TherapyLife at the Edge of Chaos / Dialectic LogicTheoretical Context / Family Life Cycle29 General Systems Theory (Gregory Bateson)ReadingCh. 1 & 2Ch. 3Cybernetics / Intake interviewing / assessmentwith couples & familiesSept12Bowen Family Systems Therapy (Murray Bowen)Video: Bowenian Therapy w/Philip GuerinUsing Genograms in Couple and Family TherapyCh. 4Strategic Family TherapyCommunication and Cognition (Don Jackson)Ch. 5Video: Strategic Therapy w/James Coyne

Family and Marital Therapy Syllabuspage 2Communication and Power - (Jay Haley)Ch. 11Video: Solution-oriented Therapy w/Bill O'Hanlon26Strategic Family Therapy - Use of ParadoxHandoutVideo: Jay Hayley26Oct10Experiential Family TherapyCommunication and Emotion (Virginia Satir)Video: Virginia SatirCh. 7Communication and Emotion (Virginia Satir)Video: Satir Therapy w/Jean McLendonCh. 7Crisis Intervention /Communication and Conflict ResolutionHandout/ReadingExam #1 due (1/3 of course grade)17Cognitive-Behavioral Family TherapyBehavioral Marital Therapy (Richard Stuart)Video: Behavioral Therapy w/ Richard StuartCh. 924Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy (Neil Jacobson)Ch. 931Experiential Therapy (Carl Whitaker)Video: "A Different Kind of Caring" w/Carl WhitakerVideo: Experiential Therapy w/Gus NapierCh. 7Structural Family Therapy (Salvador Minuchin)Video: Family session w/Salvador MinuchinVideo: Structural Therapy w/Harry AponteCh. 6John and Julie Gottman: 21 st Century Couple TherapyHandouts/Nov14Readings2228DecStudent PresentationsNo Class - Thanksgiving BreakStudent PresentationsExam #2 will be due Friday, Dee 13. (1/3 of course grade)

Family and Marital Therapy Syllabuspage 3Supplemental Text Readings:Gottman, J.M. &Gottman, J.S. (2006). Ten Lessons to Transform Your Marriage. ThreeRivers Press: New York.American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (2000). Readings in FamilyTherapy Supervision: Selected Articles from the AAMFT Supervision Bulletin.AAMFT: Washington DC.Sherman, R. & Fredman, N. (1996). Handbook of Structured Techniques in MarriageandFamily Therapy. Brunner/Mazel: New YorkArticles (see 2012 special issue, vol. 43, of Behavior Therapy):Baucom, D. H., Shohan, V., Mueser, K. T., Daiuto, A., D., & Stickle T. R. (1998).Empirically supported couple and family interventions for marital distress andadult mental health problems. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psycholoogy,66 (1), 53 88.Benson, L. A., McGinn, M. M., & Christensen, A. (2012). Common principles of coupletherapy. Behavior Therapy, 43, 25-35.Davis, S. D., Lebow, J. L. (2012). Common factors of change in couple therapy.Behavior Therapy, 43, 36-48.Halford, W. K., & Snyder, D. K. (2012). Universal processes and common factors incouple therapy and relationship education. Behavior Therapy, 43, 1-12.Sher, T. G. (2012). What, why, and for whom: Couples interventions: A deconstructionapproach. Behavior Therapy, 43, 123-131.Snyder, D. K. (2012). Integrative approaches to couple therapy: Implications for clinicalpractice and research. Behavior Therapy, 43, 13-24.Couple / Family Supervision articles to read for Synthetic Review (3 required).Celano, M. P., Smith, C. O., & Kaslow, N. (2010). A competency-based approach tocouple and family therapy supervision. Psychotherapy Theory, Research, Practice,Training, 47 (1), 35-44.Estrada, D. (2005). Supervision of cross-cultural couples therapy: Giving voice to thecode of silence in the supervision and therapy room. Journal of FamilyPsychotherapy, 16 (4), 17-30.Falender, C. A., Cornish, J. A. E., Goodyear, R., Hatcher, R., Kaslow, N. J., Leventhal,G., Shafranske, E., & Sigmon, S. T. (2004). Defining competencies in psychologysupervision: A consensus statement. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 60 (7), 771785.Hill, E. W. (2009). Confi'onting anxiety in couple and family therapy supervision: Adevelopmental supervisory model based on attachment theory. The Australian andNew Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 30 (1), 1-14.Monson, C. M., Fredman, S. J., Macdonald, A., Pukay-Martin, N. D., Resick, P. A.,Schnurr, P. P. (2012). Effect of cognitive-behavioral couple therapy for PTSD,Journal of the American Medical Association, 308 (7), 700-714.Romans, J. S. C., Boswell, D. L., Cax'olozzi, A. F., & Ferguson, D. B. (1995). Trainingand supervision practices in clinical, counseling, and school psychology program.Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 26 (4), 407-412.

Family and Marital Therapy Syllabuspage 4Stratton, J., & Smith, R. D. (2006). Supervision of couples cases. Psychotherapy: Theory,Research, Practice, Training, 43 (3), 337-348.Tanner, M. A., Gray, J. J., & Haaga, D. A. F. (2012). Association of cotherapysupervision with client outcomes, attrition, and trainee effectiveness in apsychotherapy training clinic. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 68 (12), 1241-1252.Vetere, A. (2012). Supervision and consultation practice with domestic violence. ClinicalChild Psychology and Psychiatry, 17 (2), 181-185.In addition to the two exams, students will: (1) Prepare an short review (30 minute PowerPointpresentation) of a theoretical perspective, clinical issue or empirically-supported couple/familytherapy practice that has not already been covered and is of interest to the student or applicable totheir particular clinical or research pursuits.Possible topic areas for presentation might include the following:o Couple therapy in the treatment of specific clinical problems like PTSD ordepression. Step-family therapy Separation!Divorce/Remarriage therapy Non-traditional couples / GBLT issues in couples therapy Internal family systems therapy Multicultural issues in family therapy Feminist Family TherapyThe above topics are just examples; students may choose a topic outside of this list. The topicchosen should be discussed with me no later than October 5. The student's short review will bepresented to the entire class. The presentation will count as one-third of the course grade.Training Video ResourcesCourse material includes couple and family therapy training videos to supplement lecture andreadings.Couple / Family therapy video tape series from Allyn & Bacon:1) Solution-Oriented Therapy with Bill O'Hanlon2) Experiential Therapy with Gus Napier2) Internal Family Systems Therapy with Richard Schwartz3) Satir Therapy with Jean McLendon4) Behavioral Therapy with Richard Stuart5) Strategic Therapy with James Coyne6) Structural Therapy with Harry Aponte7) Feminist Therapy with Cheryl Rampage8) Narrative Therapy with Steve Madigan9) Culture-Sensitive Therapy with Jon Carlson and Mary Arnold10) Bowenian Therapy with Philip Guerin11) Adlerian Therapy with James Bitter12) Object Relations Therapy with Jill and David Scharff

Family and Marital Therapy Syllabuspage 5Older training video tapes of well known family therapists, including:1) Virginia Satir2) Carl Whitaker3) Jay Haley4) Maurizio Andolfi

2) Internal Family Systems Therapy with Richard Schwartz 3) Satir Therapy with Jean McLendon 4) Behavioral Therapy with Richard Stuart 5) Strategic Therapy with James Coyne 6) Structural Therapy with Harry Aponte 7) Feminist Therapy with Cheryl Rampage 8) Narrative Therapy with Steve Madigan 9) Culture-Se

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