Marie Annette Brown
Analysis and study of social, cultural, and psychological conditions that influence human loss, grief, and death in modern society. Research findings, selected readings, and direct experience provide direction for examination of philosophic, theoretical, and pragmatic issues underlying choices and decisions in clinical practice. Open to graduate students with permission of instructor. (Limit: sixteen students.)
The is really a course about loss--all kinds of loss and the experience of grief that's universal to that myriad of losses we all experince.
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