This seminar reviews the major models of personality, psychotherapy, and clinical assessment. A strong emphasis in the course is placed on the comparison of cognitive-behavioral theories to psychoanalytic, humanistic, and systems approaches. Students have opportunities to develop and practice basic counseling skills as part of the humanistic segment of this course.
Prerequisites: PSYC 320 or 330 or 350 and at least junior standing. Students with transfer credit for PSYC 490 may not take this course.