GER-620 Geropsychological Intervention

This course prepares students to develop effective psychological interventions as well as health promotion and prevention programs for older adults. Discussed are a variety of therapeutic modalities (individual, family, and group psychotherapy) and evidence-based theoretical models (cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal, environmental, systemic). Course work will emphasize the importance of providing care in diverse settings and collaborating with interdisciplinary teams. Students will also explore program evaluation strategies used to assess the efficacy of interventions and programming.

Credits: 3

Offered in Jul 2020, Oct 2020

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