Improve Family Communication
This class on Family communication will provide lessons on how to improve your Family Communication and as a result improve your life.
Family Communication – Course Description
Family communication theory, research, and practice. Includes assessment and measurement of interaction patterns, pathologies, and intervention strategies within and among families
Last Updated May 12, 2022.
This interactive class offers you the opportunity to see how you can improve your family communication.
Family Communication – Learning Objectives
- “Beginners” Learning Objectives
- Understand and articulate the fundamental concepts and theories related to family communication.
- Demonstrate mastery of these concepts by applying them to current social issues and questions related to family life.
- Demonstrate your ability to gather evidence to explore, understand, and debate possible outcomes of these issues.
- “Masters” Learning Objectives
In this class, we try to answer the question How do we improve our lives. The Answer the class offers is: by improving our family communication.
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In this class, Improved Communication Improve Your Life, the question we are trying to answer is: How do we improve our lives?
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