Loma Linda University

Enrollment Information
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Faculty Directory
  
Michelle Minyard-Widmann, MS, CCLS
Assistant Professor, Counseling and Family Science
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
3/2010 - 3/2012

COUN 584: Covers the developmental theories and aspects of infants, toddlers and preschool.

7/2007 - 7/2012

CHLS 606 This course introduces students to parenting issues related to the child/youth/adolescent with special health care needs.

Clinical Supervision
 
6/2010 - 9/2012

CHLS 608- Child Life Practicum Supervision, teach and mentor students. Various hospitals located in Southern California.


100 hours required
1/2004 - 12/2012

CHLS 604-Supervise, teach and mentor students in multiple hospitals located in the United States. 250 clinical hours are required.

1/2004 - 12/2012

CHLS 605-Supervise, teach and mentor students in multiple hospitals located in the United States. 250 clinical hours are required.

Interactive Teaching
 
1/2008 - 1/2012

CHLS 607 This course prepares students for entering the professonial field of child life by demonstrating clinical assessment, documentation and skills related to child life practice. Prereq. enrollment in a 100 hour practicum.

9/2004 - 9/2012

CHLS 506 This course is designed to teach the developmental aspects of play therapy and therapeutic play in collaboration with the developmental stages of the child, youth and family in the context of the health care setting.

Administrative Teaching Roles
 
9/2009 - 12/2012

CHLS 507 A-This courses provides students with information regarding the effects of disease and/or injury on the physical, emotional and social needs of children/adolescents and their families. Medical terminology will be discussed as it relates to the hospitalized child. This class will provide the student with techniques to effectively deal with behaviors that accompany hospitalization from medical, psychological and social aspects.

9/2009 - 12/2012

CHLS 507 B This course provides students with information regarding the effects of disease and/or injury on the physical, emotional and social needs of children/adolescents and their families. Medical terminology will be discussed as it relates to the hospitalized child. This class will provide the student with techniques to effectively deal with behaviors that accompany hospitalization from medical, psychological and social aspects.