Grief and Bereavement Counseling
Course Number: APSY-GE 2683
Course meets: 1/4-1/15, MTWTh 4:55-7:10pm; 1/19-1/22, TWThF 4:55-7:10pm
* This course meets MTWTh for the first two week and because of the MLK holiday, the class meets TWThF in the third week.
Description: An advanced thanatology course for persons who have had at least one basic course in thanatology or related work experience. Of particular use to clergy, counselors, hospice workers, nurses, psychologists, social workers, & others who work in helping relationships. A study of anticipatory grief, dying, grief & bereavement. Examination of related theory, research, current counseling practices, & models of intervention employed in various settings. Skill development in grief counseling, usually within simulated conditions.
For more information regarding professors and meeting times, students can use Albert directly. The course can be found under the Department of Applied Psychology.