Typical, dysfunctional, and pathological sexual functioning: effects on individuals, couples, and family systems. Sensitizes students to sexual issues, explores how perceptions or such issues affect work with people, and emphasizes implications for marriage and family therapy.

Course Number: 
FMSC645
Department: 
Semester: 
Spring 2017
Prerequisite: 
Must have completed a basic course in human sexuality. Restriction: Permission of instructor. Credit only granted for: FMSC645 or FMST645. Formerly: FMST645.