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Familiarize students with important health information; He urged them to follow a healthy lifestyle and healthy practices in order to improve their behavior in a way that preserves their health by preventing or reducing disease, as well as their sense of responsibility towards the health of their families.

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This course aims to familiarize students with the effective Jordanian Personal Status Law and the provisions contained therein related to the family, in which the legal provisions adopted by the law and became binding in application, and in which the legal rights of all family members from before birth until after death through the stage of marriage and related provisions are stated. Rights and duties through the articles of law.

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This course talks about the cultural foundations of marriage and the family, such as the value system of society, customs, traditions, and interpreted religious laws and their impact on marriage, on the family as a building, and its positive and negative effects on marriage and the family, and some false foundations of marriage and the family. Skip the errors and solve them.

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The course includes the development of students' cognitive skills in scientific terms and economic laws related to family economics and familiarize themselves with the concept of family consumption, its components, patterns and factors affecting it; It also practices the application of laws related to consumption income savings by solving mathematical problems related to those laws and practices the skills of applying theories that explain consumer behavior in the actual reality of the life of the individual and the family.

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This course deals with the techniques of family counseling, the most important guiding and therapeutic theories and methods that are concerned with family issues and are concerned with developing interpersonal skills and then rely on the organization and structure of the family, through which parental models in family education must be identified, then the importance of social interaction is addressed as the family is the foundation of society.

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The course includes identifying the concept of divorce and its forms; the causes and stages of divorce; As well as identifying the theories and models that explain the phenomenon of divorce; Knowing the negative characteristics of the problem of divorce on the divorced woman, the family, and children, the student also learns the basics of dealing with divorce cases and preparing the spouses to achieve therapeutic divorce.

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The course includes identifying the concept of designing counseling programs in family counseling: what they are, their theoretical aspirations, and their future prospects.

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The course includes identifying the different types of family tests and standards, applying individual and collective models, and interpreting the psychological page of the examinee.

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The course includes familiarization with the concept of electronic intervention and the practical steps that help the counselor understand the family problem through electronic counseling, types of electronic counseling sessions, and the competencies of preparing programs and electronic sessions.

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The course includes the foundations of forming relationships between adults and the factors affecting relationships to support, correct, weaken and end them, the most important problems facing the marital relationship and the problems facing the family, and identifying the role of the mentor in dealing with marital problems and family problems.

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The course includes identifying the nature of the performance activities in family counseling: what they are, their theoretical aspirations, and their future prospects; such as psychodrama, play, drawing, music, and laughter; Their application in family therapy and the use of intensive applications, and how students master these skills and the ability to apply them.

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This course talks about the importance of evaluation and diagnosis for the guiding process, the means of collecting information: interview, observation, case study, case conference, tests, personal biography, story record, cumulative card...etc., cognitive-behavioral methods in evaluation and diagnosis, applications and trainings on the use of Tools for assessing professional tendencies and professional maturity, personality measures, emotional characteristics, social skills and thinking skills, needs and problems survey lists, exercises in building tools and diagnosis.

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The course includes identifying contemporary issues in terms of their nature and types and the areas from which these issues originate, defining the positive and negative effects of these issues on the family, and some methods of dealing with such issues, and introducing students to the importance of understanding these issues and thus developing appropriate strategies to deal with and solve them

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This course deals with helping students to understand the concept of counseling laboratories and their various uses in the counseling process. It introduces students to the difference between counseling in the laboratory and counseling outside the lab and the disadvantages and advantages of counseling within the lab. It also aims to teach students the basic concepts associated with the counseling lab as well as the necessary counseling skills, how to use the lab, interpret results and employ concepts The basics in the counseling evaluation process, taking into consideration dealing with strategies and programs that are concerned with family counseling and its application.

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Training a graduate of family counseling and reform to become a family counselor capable of carrying out counseling practice; Providing psychological and family counseling on a scientific and professional basis.

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