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CEU3761 Ethics from An Interpersonal Neurobioology Perspective

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Explore ethics through the lens of mind, brain, and relating. Delve into ethics and applications of neuroscience research; professional responsibilities given the relational nature of the mind and brain; and the development of morality and compassion.

For more detailed course information, please visit: climb.pcc.edu/ipnb

Explore ethics through the lens of mind, brain, and relating. Delve into ethics and applications of neuroscience research; professional responsibilities given the relational nature of the mind and brain; and the development of morality and compassion. This is second class in IPNB series.

Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) is an interdisciplinary field that illuminates how the mind and brain develop across the lifespan.This framework combines neuroscience, trauma and attachment, mindfulness, psychology, complexity theory, environmental influences, and relationship studies.

Course is delivered live, online, in a highly interactive format; recordings are available for those who cannot join live.

Meets the Ethics CE requirements for most professions.

Email amy.evans3@pcc.edu for more information.

Note: 0.6 credits = 6 hours of professional CEUs

PAYMENT: Due when you register. Register and pay online or by phone: 971-722-8888.

DROP/REFUND POLICY: You must drop a course at least 7 days before the class begins to receive a refund.

Credits:
0.60 CEU
Registration:
Write down the CRNs (ex. 22398) of your selected classes to register.
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List of classes for CEU3761 Ethics from An Interpersonal Neurobioology Perspective
CRNLocation & typeDays & timeDatesSeats availableMore infoSign up
46110Web
Tuesday
from 5:30 to 7:30pm

From November 9 through November 20, 2021
Instructor: Debra N McCall
Tuition: $119 Fees: $10
Notes: No textbook. Must drop by 11/5/21