with clients. Students receive l0 hours of personal biofeedback. Course size is limited and requires the advance per­ mission of the instructor. SLB 707 Cognitive Behavior Therapy (3) Th is course will present a cognitive behavioral model of treatment for depression, anxiety, and the personal dis­ orders. The theories of Aaron T. Beck, Donald Meichenbaum and Christine Padeskywill be considered. Studenis will learn how to apply this approach with individuals and with couples. SLB 709 Therapeutic Approaches to Sexual Dysfunction (3) This course focuses exclusively on clini­ cal approaches to assessment and thera­ peutic intervention in relation Lo sexual dysfunction within the marital dyad. Prerequisites: SLB 671, SPY 607, 663 and permission of insm1Ctor. Elective. SLB 710 Existential Psychotherapy (3) Study and practice of the therapeutic relationship and the process of ther­ apy from a growth or actualization perspective, including the approaches of selected theorists such as Rogers, Gendlin, and selected existential ther­ apists. Prerequisites: SPY 515 and per­

site to effective integration of the dis­ ciplines of psychology and theology. (l 7 units required.) STH 521 Theology I: Foundations of Integration (3) The first of a two course sequence exploring the foundations of efforts to integrate theology and psychology. This course focuses on the historical, theological and philosophical under­ pinnings of these efforts, as well as var­ ious models for integration. Included is a discussion of revelation , theology of God and hermeneutical principles for sound interpretation of the Bible. Required of Psy. D., Ph .D. STH 522 Theology II: Theological and Psychological Modes (3) The second course in foundations for the integration of psychology and the­ ology auempts to interface biblical themes with the idea of integration. Special emphasis is placed on the rela­ tionship between nature and grace, faith and learning and theology and psychology as reflected in the Old and New Testaments. Prerequisite: STH 521. Required of Psy.D., Ph.D. STH 603 Theology Ill (4) Man, his creation in the image of God, his nature, fall and the effect of sin upon the race. The salvation of God , including the Person and work of Christ. The application of salvation to men including election, regenera­ tion , justification, sanctification and perseverance. Course includes a one hour lab. Required of Psy.D., Ph.D. STH 604 Theology IV (41 Astudy of the broad kingdom purpose of God and the future events relating to the destiny of individuals and history, including the second coming of Christ in its phases , the millennial reign of Christ, the resurrections, the judgrnen ts and eternal state. Th e church, its inception, its nature both as a living organism and an organization , its ordi­ nances, and its place and mission in the purpose of God. Course includes a one hour lab. Required of Psy.D. , Ph.D. STH 625 Theology V: Christian Ethics (31 Astudy of Christian ethics in relation to divorce , abortion , homosexuality, euthanasia, situation ethics, em1ronmen­ tal ecology and human control of human

supervision of a faculty professor of record. The student is expected Lo sub­ mit a detailed course proposal and a bib­ liography on a learning contract form available from the registrar 's office. Required courses may not be taken through independent study. Elective. Integration of Psychology and Theology Rosemead's curriculum is distin­ guished bya series of seminars designed Lo investigate the mutual relationships between theological and psychological concepts and data. These seminars con­ stilllle an essential part of Rosemead training and offer students an opportu­ nity lo become involved in a creative application of shared insights from these related disciplines. Each student must take STP 500 and STP 721 or 722 and five additional integration semi­ nars. Completion of STP 72 l or 722 is a prerequisite for all other integration seminars. (14 units are required. ) STP 500 Psychotherapy and Religion (1 I An introduction to the contributions a biblical understanding of human nature can make to the psychological practi­ tioner's understanding of the therapeu­ tic process. Special anention is given to the relational dimension of human growth and development. Required of all first year students to be taken concur­

thesis model is used for thinking con­ structively about such tensions and iden­ tifying su-engths and weaknesses of tradi­ tionallyconflicting viewpoints. Prerequi­ sites:STP 500, 721 or 722. Elective. STP 715 Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Reigion (31 The history of the concept of transfer­ ence is traced, particularly as pertains to controversies in contemporary psy­ choanalysis over historical truth vs. narrative truth , and reality vs. illusion , with special attention to the formation and use of God as a foreground and background object in light of modern infant observational research. Prereq- uisites: STP 500, 721 or 722. Elective. STP 720 Psychotherapy with Religiously Committed Patients (3) This course is a chance to share prac­ tical ways of addressing clinical themes, as well as broader conceptual issues like developing a personally meaning­ ful, on-going theologyof therapy. Certain themes if handled one way allow therapy with religiously commit­ ted patients to take on more depth; if handl ed in other ways the work assumes a more superficial quality and ·meets with a kind of therapemic stale­ mate, even when therapist and patient are both persons of faith. Elective. STP 721 The Nature and Scope of Integration (3) This course includes a discussion of the models, levels and areas in which integration of the theological and psy­ chological can occur , as well as a framework for concepwalizing the scope of integration. Prerequisites: STH 521, 522, 603 and second year standing. Required of Ph.D. , Psy.D. STP 722 Systems of Integration (3) A critical evaluation of the works of specific theologians and psychologists who have anempted to integrate the disciplines of psychology and theology. Attention is given to the approaches of such theorists as Browning, Crabb, Narramore , Rizutto and Tourni er. Prerequisites: STH 521, 522 and 603. Required of Ph.D. , Psy. D. STP 730 Missions and Mental Health (2) Astudy of the contributions psycholo­ gists can make to the missionary enter­ prise. Special consideration is given to the selection, preparation and evaluation of missionary candidates. Unique cross­ cultural adjustment issues facing mission­ ary families are also discussed. Prerequi­ sites: STP 500, 721 or 722. Elective.

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mission of instructor. Elective. SLB 715 (..,em Psychotherapies (3)

This course focuses each time it is offered on a specific therapynot regu­ larly included in Rosemead's curricu­ lum, including such approaches as: Transactional Analysis, Adlerian, Psy­ chodrama, Rational-Emotive Therapy, Reality Therapy, and others. Teaching personnel are drawn from the profes­ sional community of active practitioners of the specific modality to be consid­ ered. Prerequisites: as determined by

rentlywith STP 680 Preprncticum. STP 705 Psychology of Religion (2)

. An advanced seminar exploring the concepts of sin and psychopathology. Includes a di sc ussion of the nature and essence of psychopathology and the relationship of personal , parental and societal responsibi lity in personal­ ity development and functioning Prerequisites: STP 500, 721 or 722; SPY 515 and 61 5, STH 604 and per­ mission of the instructor. Elective. (Same as SPY 605 ) STP 714 Confhcts in the Integration of Psychology and Theology (2) Aconsideration of tensions between psy­ chology and theology in areas such as self-esteem, corporal punishment, sex roles, egalitarianism, and divorce. A syn- A survey of the psychology of religion research emphasizing both content and methodological issues. Topics covered include religiosity and mental health, measures of religiosity, religious devel­ opment, correlates of religiosity and psychological aspects of conversion and other religious aspects. Prerequisites: STP 500, 721 or 722. Elective. STP 710 Sin and Psychopathology (2)

the individual instructor. Elective. SLB 717 Gestalt Psychotherapy (3)

The focus of this course will present the theory and application of Gestalt therapy for use with individuals and groups. This therapy, created by Perls and developed by Zinker & Polster, focuses on personal growth and self-actualization. Elective. SLB 718 Advanced Gestalt (3) This course is open to students who have completed SLB 717 and focuses on the application of Gestalt therapy and techniques Lo group psychother­ apy. Enrollment is limited and the per­ mission of the instructor is required. Theology/Biblical Studies This series of courses provides students with essential biblical and theological understanding prerequi-

beings. Required of Psy.D. , Ph.D. STH 730 Independent Study (1-3)

Individual work, directed reading or spe­ cial problems in theology. Such study must be done with the approval and

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