December 12, 2008

Classes

CSPH 5555 -- Body and Movement-Based Therapies

The following course may be of interest to your students – please forward. It is available to upper level undergrads and grads.

Thanks!
Carla

CSPH 5555 – Introduction To Body and Movement-Based Therapies

This course will cover the basic theories and approaches of selected Somatic Therapies, including dance, movement and body-based therapies.

Students will learn historic and theoretical perspectives on the use of movement, dance and somatic re-patterning; demonstrations of specific techniques and application of techniques to specific populations and settings.

The experiential part of the course will include individual, partner and group exercises intended to embody and deepen the topics covered in the class.

Instructor: Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb, CMA, MFA, ADTR

Time and date: Thurs 4:40 – 6:30 PM, 1/20 – 5/8/2009.

Please contact Carla Mantel for registration information: cmantel@umn.edu

Please contact Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb for curriculum information: loebx001@umn.edu


Carla Mantel
Student Services and Academic Programs Coordinator
Center for Spirituality and Healing
Academic Health Center
C593 Mayo Memorial Building, MMC 505
420 Delaware Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone: 612-624-5166
Fax: 612-626-5280
Email: cmantel@umn.edu

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Spring 2009

CPsy 8360 Seminar: Child Maltreatment

Dante Cicchetti, Ph.D.
Institute of Child Development
Hartup Room 172
Tuesdays, 1:30 to 4 PM

This course will provide students with an overview of the far-reaching effects of child maltreatment from a multiple-levels-of-analysis developmental psychopathology perspective by a world-renowned expert in the field. The course begins with a historical perspective of the study of child maltreatment. Child maltreatment will be defined and cultural and sampling issues, along with intergenerational abuse, will be studied in the beginning weeks. In the following weeks students will study the effects of child abuse on attachment, emotion recognition and emotion regulation, self-development, peer relationships, adaptation to school, memory, behavior problems and psychopathology, resilience, biological sequelae, and genetics. In the final two weeks of the course, students will study research-informed preventive interventions for maltreating families and their offspring, along with future directions for research on this important topic.

Posted by lind0449 at December 12, 2008 11:06 AM