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MFT 6651: Spirituality and Health
This seminar explores the impact of individual and family beliefs/meanings regarding the illness experience, treatment, suffering, death and thus, the purpose and meaning of life. Particular focus will be given to eliciting patient/family beliefs around internal resources and faith practices, as well as external resources: family, church, and community. This course will also review how to work with family belief systems and construct healing beliefs, how to negotiate when other treatment providers and/or the family have conflicting beliefs, and how to strengthen a culturally sensitive provider/patient/family relationship. Empirical support for the relationship between health and spirituality will be addressed.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
Spring 45210 1 Claudia Grauf-Grounds
$795/cr 35 open seats Add to Outlook
Restrictions: Divinity, Theology majors only. Equivalent Courses: MDFT 6651 Grade Modes: (Default) Normal with N & G, Audit, Pass/No Credit Instructional Methods: Traditional Note: Full Term