This 300-level course provides students with an evidence-based theory to understand human nature. the roots, manifestations, and consequences of nonadaptive behaviors according to the theory of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Through multiple exercises of conceptualization using fictional and real-life cases, students will learn to make simple assessments, construct basic treatment plans with suitable intervention strategies and techniques. Designed for students who choose Psychology as their major, this course provides a foundation for future counselors, clinical psychologists, and family therapist, and those who will work as helping professionals in areas such as Personnel Psychology, Human Resource Management and Clinical Social Work.

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Spring 23




Hoàng Minh Tố Nga


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