Courses > PSY181 - The Psychology of Loss and Death

Last Updated 12/18/2014 1:20 AM
We all face loss, we all experience grief, and death is a part of all our
lives. So, what could be a more useful and relevant psychology course than
one examining the research and theories surrounding these universal life
events? This course is an enlightening and uplifting exploration of the
psychology of losses of all kinds, the complex and difficult process of
grieving, and the strategies people can use to cope with the prospect of
one's own death or the death of a loved one. This course is provider
approved for 45 hours of continuing education credit for nurses, substance
abuse counselors and MFCCs.

Formerly PSY 210
Units  3 unit
Hours  3 hours lecture 
Length  17 weeks
Graded  Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit
Classification  Liberal arts " sciences education courses
Version  03


Scheduled Sections

Semester Section Seats* Instructor Begins Ends Location







Fall 2008 0632 17/5 TANNENBAUM D Aug 20 Dec 17 Ukiah

* Seats - Open/Wait
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