Upon completion of this course, students will:
- Define systems theory and discuss the basic assumptions of a systems orientation.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical concepts of family systems theory.
- Consider how family systems theory is evident in families within the biblical story.
- Demonstrate an understanding of one’s self in relation to one’s own family of origin through the completion of a family genogram.
- Describe family disciplinary styles and behavior problems.
- Discuss how family systems theory shapes their relationships with friends and family as well as with others in school, ministry and work situations.
- Apply family systems theory to their formation of self and evaluate how their relationships will change because of this new understanding.
This course will consider individual development, as well as interpersonal and intra-family relationships within family systems. Students will gain understanding of why they may behave differently when they compare their behavior in the presence of their families and their behavior when they are in school or at work.
$375 to audit this course
- Lectures 12
- Quizzes 0
- Duration College Semester
- Skill level Level 200
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes