404 concepts from FSI’s MFT Glossary on individual index cards. Concepts on one side, definitions on the other. The Flash Cards made from FSI’s MFT Glossary and includes 404cards. Cards are index-card sized, about 3 X 5. They are delivered shrink-wrapped and sorted alphabetically. Cards are left white so that you can color code them to meet your own means to organize models and techniques in a way that makes particular sense to you.
This Chaminade University bundle of Family Solutions’ resources is required course material for PSY 677 Practicum, A/B MARRIAGE AND FAMILY INTERNSHIP. The materials include a hard copy of Family Solutions’ Study Guide and a 90 day, unlimited access subscription to the eStudy Program beginning on January 11, 2021. consisting of online access to the Study Guide, Virtual Workshop PowerPoint, eStudy Workbook and 100/200 question practice exams. Subscriptions begin once a user account is established on the eStudy Program. Upon purchase, you will be enrolled in the the eStudy Program with your accessing beginning on January 11, 2021 for 90 days.
The Intensive HomeStudy Track is designed for exam candidates who prefer to work from hard study materials rather than online and want to make full use of Family Solutions Institute’s Essential Core Study Materials with the additional resource of 11 hours of didactic instruction on DVD or Streaming Video with Rob Guise, FSI Founder.
The Glossary defines 404 MFT concepts most likely to be tested on the exam. FSI’s Glossary of MFT Concepts is the most complete version available to date. It includes over 404 concepts and definitions from the full range of MFT Models covering historic to contemporary thought. Glossary concepts are further discussed in the Audio Review, appear in the context of the theory from which they originated in the Comprehensive Model Worksheets, the Comparison Chart, and explained in greater detail in The Study Guide. FSI’s Glossary Concepts can also be accessed when you purchase a subscription to the eStudy Progam where Glossary Concepts are hypertexed.