NCU Catalog - July 2021 (Amended) 
    
    Sep 29, 2022  
NCU Catalog - July 2021 (Amended) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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DMFT-7201 - Program Development for MFTs

Semester Credits: 3 Weeks: 12

This doctoral-level course focuses on the fundamentals of developing human services programs from a marriage and family therapy (MFT) systemic/relational perspective. Students will review and analyze well-designed prevention, early intervention, and clinical treatment programs, and will understand the different stages and implementations of evidence-based programs. Then, students will develop a program of their choice using a standard format for program proposals: problem statement, goals and objectives, methodology or program description, evaluation plan, and executive summary. Throughout, students will apply systems theory and MFT concepts as appropriate to identify key contributions that MFTs can bring to the process of program development.



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