PSY 4318 Person-Centered Psychology (3-0). The aim of this course is to enrich students' knowledge of the theories and practices of humanistic and/or person-centered psychology empowering them to become increasingly aware of the strengths that human beings possess to nurture their own psychological development. The work is centered on Carl Rogers' major theories, techniques, and current modifications, whereby students observe, participate and work on individual issues promoting their personal growth skills. One or more active teaching methods, such as role-play, live or videotaped demonstration, or other experiential exercises form a significant part of the course experience. Prerequisite: Psychology 1302 or the equivalent, or consent of instructor.
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