Greg Crosby, art therapy counseling faculty, will lead a workshop on cognitive behavioral group therapy at the American Group Psychotherapy Association national conference in Boston in March 2014.
We are constantly evolving and being changed by the environments we live in. Marylhurst offers a unique degree program that explores what it means to be "human."
The Bachelor of Arts in Human Studies program draws upon a number of disciplines, including psychology, sociology, philosophy, religion, ethics, communication and environmental science. You'll explore connections among human and non-human systems, and learn how these systems organize, relate and evolve.
Our human studies graduates have a greater intellectual awareness of relationships with themselves and with others. We'll help you reach your personal, professional and educational goals by helping you:
- Explore how humans learn, adapt and develop over the course of their lives
- Discover the dynamic interconnections among mind, body and spirit
- Understand how complex relationships must be a seen in a variety of contexts, from individual and cultural to ecological and historical