CO 613

Course Description

This course is a study of ethical, cultural, social, and biological relationships of sexuality and an assessment of the techniques for treatment of sexual dysfunction. A Biblical view of sexuality is reviewed as well as the scientific research provided in the area of human sexuality. Students will review client vignettes to demonstrate ability to assess, diagnose, and prepare a treatment plan for various sexual issues. Emphasis is also placed on viewing clients from a family systems perspective and recognizing the impact of culture, family background, sexual identity, gender, socioeconomic status etc. on human sexuality. An analysis of the recovery model of therapy will be applied to sexual dysfunctions. 1 Unit

CO 613 Ethics of Sexual Care & Human Sexuality — SP17 — BlendedDownload 

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