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  • Couples

    Couples Interventions: Innovations & Best Practices


    Friday, February 5, 2016
    8 AM - 5:30 PM; Reception to follow 
    Sturm Hall, University of Denver

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    5.5 CE Available

    Keynote Panel Discussions

    "Theory and Research on Best Practices in Couples Therapy"

    "Special Populations and Problems in Couples Therapy"

    Lunch With Small Discussion Groups

    Large Group Workshop Sessions (Pick 2)

    "Application of Intersubjective Theory to Couples Therapy"

    "Prevention of Relational Problems"

    "EFT Skills"

    "Working with Commitment"

    "Internal Family Systems in Practice"

    "Couples Interventions in Medical Settings"

    "ICBT with Military Populations: Current Practices"

    Afternoon Session & Reception Open to the Public!

    "Improving Your Relationship: Top 3 Things You Can Do Right Now," Presented by Dr. Shelly Smith-Acuna

    "Preparing Your Kids to Have Successful Relationships: What You Can Do," Presented by Dr. Scott Stanley 

    Pricing

    Early Bird Pricing through January 1st!

    -DU Faculty, Alumni, Supervisors: $150
    -DU Students: $75
    -Community Professionals: $200

    *Lunch provided for conference attendees. 

    *Final presentation and reception are free and open to the public.

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  • south africa

    Community Psychology in an International Setting:
    South Africa 


    Summer Quarter, 2016

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    A course open to graduate students of all majors, “Community Psychology in an International Setting: South Africa” provides students with on-the-ground experience in considering how cultural, economic, political, and environmental influences impact communities—and the ways communities respond. Students delve deeply into the cultures, history, and present challenges of South Africa through pre-trip coursework, Cape Town site visits, and discussions with South African leaders.

    Working directly with youth (children through young adults) for three weeks at a community-based organization in Cape Town’s largest township exposes students to community life, a range of social justice issues, and strategies communities use to address local challenges. Some 2016 spring quarter meetings will be required. A past student said about the course, “My time [in Cape Town] helped to solidify and push my academic experiences and helped to expand my understanding of the cultural context of the fight against Apartheid.”

     

 

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