GRF 200: Psychosocial Aspects of Death & Dying
Course Syllabus Overview
This area of specialty practice is growing all the time and many health care professionals and behavioral health practitioners and professionals are using their skills to practice full or part time in this area. This practice specialty grows more important each day and many graduates of our program will have opportunities to practice in grief counseling roles. Obtaining the credential from a quality program is essential to capitalize on this career opportunity. You have made an excellent choice for your continuing education and skill attainment.
This comprehensive college-based course is developed to provide learners with an understanding of the major psychosocial issues related to death and dying, and skills in grief counseling. This course is a foundational course in the degree curriculum.
Textbook:The Psychosocial Aspects of Death and Dying. By John D. Canine. Appleton & Lange; Stamford: 1996. ISBN # 0-8385-9098-X.