PSYD9800: Integration IV: Social Ethics, Diversity, Spirituality, & Psychotherapy

Class Program
Credits 2
This course presents ethical perspectives on the formation of social identity and community. Students examine the communal nature of the maturing self, the critical influence of urban life and urban problems on the family, and broader social goals and responsibilities of being a psychologist. With moral and spiritual maturity as a primary focus, students apply interdisciplinary integrative strategies to the clinical setting using perspectives gained from biblical, theological, and psychological frameworks. This course is taken at the end of the doctoral program and is considered a capstone to the curriculum.