Human Development and Learning

COUN 0654 (3)

Connects current research with real-world application, helping students see how developmental psychology plays a role in their own lives and their clinical work. Students will examine human development across the entire life span. Significant theories and up-to-date research concerning lifespan development is discussed, with special attention given to influential theorists. Consideration is given to the connection between the biological, cognitive, and socioemotional process of human development from conception to death. The aim is to assist the student in conceptualizing human development as a framework for understanding the human condition and providing effective interventions toward a holistic approach in clinical counselling. Discussion will also include the integration of faith and psychology, including timely issues of personal relevance to the student's own developmental pathway.
Course Code: COUN 0654 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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