Comprehensive exploration of theories and techniques that emphasize enhancing communication, reducing resistance, and engendering creativity in a therapeutic context. The integration of art, music, writing, and movement activities within specific psychotherapy approaches is emphasized. Experiential as well as traditional learning is expected of enrolled students. The writing proficiency requirement (WRSELC) for the BHS major must be fulfilled prior to scheduling this course. Non-Human Services majors may take the course with permission of the instructor. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): HSR225 and WRSELC. As needed.