Counseling the Dying and Grieving (IV)

CLC 7780
Semester Credit Hours Faculty Modality Meeting Time Location
Summer 2021 3

K. Bradley

Remote Live F: 4:00PM-8:00PM, S: 9:00AM-4:00PM ONL
Spring 2022 3

K. Bradley

In-person Th: 6:00PM-8:45PM ASH

Issues of death, dying, loss, and grief impact lives on a regular basis. This course will provide counseling students with foundational biblical, historical, and theological “end of life” principles. The course will provide an overview of current conceptualizations of grief and mourning. Interventions will be presented for supporting the dying, as well as individuals going through bereavement. Additional strategies will be presented for identifying and intervening with those who have clinically significant complicated grief. Throughout the course, the students will be encouraged to explore their own grief reactions, as well as to consider the meaning of life and death from a Christian worldview.