IBH 6331

About This Course

Human Lifespan Development introduces students to human development across the lifespan with an emphasis on developmental implications for clinical diagnosis, case conceptualization, and treatment. The course examines the characteristic changes in human development from conception to death and the influence of  biophysical, psychological, family, and social factors on individual development. Fundamental theories, critical perspectives, and recent research are examined. Students practice advocacy skills in this course in an attempt to expand optimal developmental conditions, wellness, and resilience for all people. This course combines the use of reading, video, lecture, discussion, and interactive activities to advance students’ understanding of development and ability to apply knowledge of human development to clinical work.

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