Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes
Social Worker CEU, Psychologist CE, Counselor CEU, MFT CEU
By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Discuss one technique regarding analysis of men’s sexual compliance.
-Discuss six steps in male sexual communications.
-Describe three steps regarding functional intimacy.
-Discuss four principles of motivations in intimacy.
-Discuss six steps of a technique regarding intimacy conflicts.
-Discuss five steps of a technique regarding dependence component in intimacy.
-Discuss two ways of coping with intimacy and stress.
-Describe four steps of intimacy recovery.
-Discuss first step regarding therapeutic intimacy.
-Discuss last three steps regarding therapeutic intimacy.
-Discuss five roadblocks regarding friendship in intimacy.
-Discuss first technique regarding self-regulation in intimacy.
-Discuss second technique regarding self-regulation in intimacy.
-Discuss nine techniques regarding intimacy development.
-Name the four categories of the intimacy status theory.
-Explain in what ways do men and women differ in intimacy.
-Explain how does voice therapy allow greater intimacy.
-Explain what can profoundly affect one’s sense of self.
-Explain why intimacy later in life is more rewarding for parent and child.
-Explain what was found to be the main differences in reported friendship closeness for females.
-Explain what do adolescent females experience higher levels of in their cross-sex friendships than do adolescent males.
-Explain at what point male and female friendships increase in intimacy since children's relationships with peers are believed to become much more intimate in adolescence, especially in later adolescence.
-Name eight factors central to the make-up of intimacy.
-Name what five areas of intimacy PAIR assesses.
-Explain what is at the heart of the tendency to forgive and remain in a violent relationship.
-Explain some examples of self-silencing behaviors.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."