Psychology 382. Seminar in Death and Dying.

Introduces students to the growing field of death and dying in psychology. Explores context and meanings of death, ethical decision-making at the end of life, constructs of bereavement, end of life counseling, and special populations to include pediatric death, celebrity death, near-death experiences, and traumatic bereavement. Prerequisite: Students must be accepted psychology majors, psychology interdisciplinary majors, or psychology minors at the junior level of study. Clinical.

Course Information
  • Credit:3
  • Term:Spring
Instructors
Simcha Raphael
Department
Psychology

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