D413 – Children, Family and Law (Co-taught by Erikson and Loyola faculty)

3 Credit Hours

This is an interdisciplinary, one-week summer course for
social workers, educators, lawyers, psychologists, child
development specialists, and child advocates. Through
intensive, interactive seminars, the course offers a wideranging
exploration of a critical issue facing children.
Examples are the legal, ethical, and psychosocial issues in
severing family ties, in children of divorce, and in adoption.
Erikson faculty co-teach the course with Loyola
University Chicago faculty from the School of Law, School
of Education, School of Social Work, and the Department of
Psychology.

Programs that require this course: