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CNGC 643 - Methods of Legacy Exploration and Preservation

(3 credits)
Prerequisite: Acceptance in LEPG Certificate program or approval of program coordinator. Open to licensed psychologists, licensed mental health counselors, licensed independent clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family counselors, psychiatric nurses (nurse practitioner or clinical nurse specialist license), pastoral counselors, or matriculating graduate students in programs leading to one of the above licenses.
This introductory course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to learn about the many and diverse methods for exploring and preserving one’s heritage and legacy. Students will explore the notion of legacy and identify a piece of their legacy to explore, preserve, and share; culminating in a semester-long project (e.g., conduct oral histories, create a short movie, explore and document genealogy, create a photo book, etc.). Both didactic and experiential teaching methods will help participants gain knowledge and competence about the various methods. Offered summer session.