HSML 4301 - Theories of Peer Recovery and Advocacy
Credit hours: 3
Description: Introduces students to the history, theory, science and practice of the peer recovery approach to working with individuals, families, groups and communities. The discussion of major internal and external elements - historical, political, economic, social and technological - that have affected the adoption of recovery-oriented practice in the human services sector is examined.
Prerequisite(s): HSML 3000, HSML 3100, and HSML 3700.
Course typically offered: Fall, Summer