HSV 312 Death, Dying and Caregiving

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
This course will offer an overview of the grief process and the common beliefs and myths about death and dying. This course will help students increase their awareness about the issues surrounding the death process and how grief impacts loved ones. Students will also have an opportunity to develop the ability to recognize situational grief reactions and secondary losses and explore effective helping interventions. Delivered as an online course. Delivered as an accelerated, hybrid course linked with HSV 328.
Prerequisites: Introduction to Human Service (HSV 100); Models and Methods (HSV 220).