Spain MFTS 533i
Using an eco-systematic framework, this course examines various topics central to families and their development across the life span. The course examines a wide range of developmental issues important to understanding family functioning (e.g., parent-child interaction, transition to young adulthood, divorce, death), with special attention to diversity in family types (e.g., step families, single-parent families and grandparent-headed families). The course emphasizes the clinical application of concepts. In Madrid, Spain, we will explore cross-cultural and national perspectives on family transitions (e.g., adolescence, young adulthood, parenthood, divorce, etc.) and the clinical services provided to help families in transition.
|Application Deadline||October 28, 2016|
|Travel Dates||May 14 - 25, 2017|
|Pre-Trip Session:||May 2, 2017|
|Post-session||June 9, 2017|
|Global Study Fee||$ 350|
|Estimated Travel Costs||$1,380*|
|Total Estimated Expense:||$3,830
* Airfare not included
1. The estimated program costs includes accommodation, transportation for in-country program activities, some meals and program costs. Students will need to budget for some additional meals and incidental costs.
2. Upon registration, you will be billed a non-refundable $150 deposit.
3. When you receive confirmation that you have been accepted to the course, you need to book your own flights.
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