Course: EPC 677MFB. Gender and Sexuality in Marriage and Family Therapy (1)
Prerequisite: Admission to CSUN’s master’s program in Marriage and Family Therapy. Examination of gender and sexuality integrating historical and cultural contexts across the lifespan. Sexuality will be considered from a biopsychosocial developmental perspective. Students will engage in critical self-assessment of knowledge, sensitivity, and attitudes about gender and sexuality as it intersects with race, ethnicity, age, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, spirituality, ability, etc. Emphasis on systemic, postmodern, and socioculturally attuned frameworks to work with gender and sexuality issues in therapy.