This course will familiarize students with the
psychometric characteristics and limitations of both projective and
standardized psychological, marital, and family assessment tools.
learn how to administer and score various instruments, interpret assessment
data, and write clinical reports that will assist in diagnosis and treatment of
individuals, couples, and families in therapy. The legal and ethical issues
involved in the use of assessment measures, especially in diverse populations,
will be discussed.
Students are encouraged to use their own profiles to identify opportunities for continuing spiritual, personal, and relational growth. Prerequisite: MF504. San Diego only. Four hours.