Study Abroad Programs
June 28 - August 7, 2020
Undergraduate and graduate students in Psychology, Health Sciences, Behavioral Healthcare, Rehab & Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Sociology, Anthropology, Communication, and related fields. And any others who are interested in better understanding what makes relationships deeper and more intimate.
- Why are more people hooking up than ever before, but enjoying it less?
- What happens in the brain when we are in love and why it is important?
- What is intimacy, and is it attainable?
- How does intimacy begin, develop, and how is it sustained throughout life?
- Is intimacy different in same-sex couples, or not so different?
- How do healthy couples communicate effectively?
- What are healthy ways to handle conflicts and disagreements?
- What goes into attraction, and how does it develop into a healthy, deeper relationship?
- How can people make long-distance relationships work?
- Why do people cheat and how can infidelity be repaired?
- Can open relationships work?
The science behind these issues and many more will be addressed through lecture, discussion, readings and videos.
For additional information and to register, contact:
Rick Weinberg, PhD