Want to expand your knowledge and professional network, consider enrolling in a Temple University graduate course in Recreation Therapy this fall. Below are a list of courses you might be interested in pursuing.
THRC 5250: Special Topics in TR Practicum – Professional Issues, Legislation, and Advocacy (Instructor: Lexi McKenney, EdD, CTRS) – Course meets on campus (Philadelphia – easy compute from NJ, reachable by public transportation), Thursdays, 5:30-8pm.
THRC 8150: Therapeutic Recreation and Disabilities Seminar I – Developmental Disabilities, Behavioral Health, and Assistive Technology (Instructor: Ann Dolloff, MS, CTRS) – Course meets on campus (Philadelphia – easy compute from NJ, reachable by public transportation), Tuesdays, 5:30-8pm
THRC 8201: Managing Dementia Care (Instructor: Aurora Crew, MS, CTRS, PCA) – Course is online, Tuesdays, 5:30-8pm; Note: Course is meant to be a interprofessional development course and therefore, professionals from all healthcare fields are encouraged to enroll!
To enroll as a non-degree student, contact the Temple University Office of Continuing Studies (http://www.temple.edu/…/continuingst…/continuingstudies.html or call 215-204-2500). Classes start the week of August 28th.
For more information, contact Gretchen Snethen, MSRT Graduate Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jo-Ellen Ross, BSTR Undergraduate Coordinator (email@example.com)