SW 636 - Clinical Social Work in Relation to Death, Dying, Bereavement, and Life-Threatening Illness
 
(3 cr.) This course provides a framework of knowledge, skills and values for culturally competent and responsive social work practice in helping clients who confront the issues of death and dying and life-threatening illnesses. A comparative, critically reflective approach to content is employed. Students explore experiences of clients dealing with these issues in relation to diversity of ethnicity or culture, age, gender, sexual orientation and social class. Prerequisite: SW 502, SW 503; As Needed, Fall
 
Sessions

Summer 1 2014