INTS 314: Conflict, Trauma and Healing
INTS 314-001: Conflict, Trauma and Healing
07:20 PM to 10:00 PM TR
Peterson Family Health Sciences Hall 1106
Course Information from the University Catalog
Develops in students an appreciation of human resilience and helps them acquire better coping mechanisms. Imparts knowledge of the nature and dynamics of trauma and healing. Investigates the difficulties people face in responding to settings of conflict such as war, school shootings, abuse, domestic violence, including natural disaster. Examines case studies from a variety of personal, national, and international settings. Limited to three attempts.
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