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Course Details

This course will focus on the effects of separation and divorce on adults. Participants will learn about the divorce process and family dynamics of separation and divorce including the legal, financial, social and psychological effects of family breakdown on family members. Also covered in the course are special issues related to families such as parental responsibility, gender bias, parental mobility, and the impact of new relationships. Constructive intervention programs will assist participants to guide their clients. This course is a companion to Effects of Separation and Divorce on Children - FAM182. The course will require approximately 21 hours of actual study time to be completed wihin a six week period. (Formerly FAM181;FAm103)

    Prerequisites

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