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University of Mary Offers Military Counseling Courses

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The University of Mary is offering a new emphasis in the Master of Science in Counseling program. The focus is on military families. Courses will be offered in both Fargo and Bismarck.

Two courses will be offered this year. Both courses will be taught by Kristi Clifton, the wing director of psychological health of the 119th Wing with the North Dakota Air National Guard.

The first course, Counseling Military Families, will be offered on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the Fargo campus and will be simultaneously delivered through the Interactive Video network to the Butler Center. The three-credit course examines the impact on military children and families.

The second course, Trauma and Loss in Military Families, examines the impact of trauma and loss on military culture, children and families. The course will emphasize the counselor's immediate response, assessment, and treatment protocols.

Due to high interest in the program, classes will begin next month.

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