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TMP 268.03

Marital/Premarital Dynamics and Counseling: A Psycho-Spiritual Approach

The course will start with a Marriage Preparation Program, dealing with premarital psychodynamics, assessment for readiness in marriage through the use of premarital assessment instruments, followed by educative counseling. It will then explore the sources and patterns of interactional conflicts among couples, both marital and premarital, focusing on their socio-cultural, psycho-emotional, sexual, and spiritual underpinnings, followed by the sources and patterns of interactional growth, accenting the psycho-spiritual experience of authentic love. The course will end with several basic operational models for marital counseling. A content-and-process methodology will be used.Co-requisite or Pre-requisite: Pastoral Psychology and Counseling

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