Systems/relational therapies and practices, relative to assessment, research, and treatment of, couples, with an emphasis on promoting relational, justice through addressing power/privilege and the, links between neurobiology, emotion, societal, context, and couple interaction. Students develop, competencies to work with a wide range of couples, across the life span and diverse sociocultural, contexts, with attention to issues such as, intimacy, conflict, co-parenting, spirituality,, infidelity, divorce, loss, and illness. Couple, therapy for the treatment of trauma and mental, health disorders will also be addressed.