New! In Search of Happiness: The Most Sought-After Human Emotion
6 sessions, 12 hours
Aristotle purposed that everything we do in life stems from our motivation to attain happiness. The Dalai Lama believed that happiness is contingent upon our actions toward others and how we live our life on a day-to-day basis. Psychologists have studied this state of being for centuries, only to conclude that happiness ranks as one of our most sought-after goals. In this course, we will examine the multi-faceted aspects of happiness including the need for sadness in our lives.
Instructor: Barbara Angleberger has a Master’s in Counseling Psychology, with 42 years experience in education. She was a counselor with FCPS and served as an adjunct faculty member and Foreign Language Coordinator at FCC before transitioning to a full-time psychology position for 27 yrs. During that time, she chaired the Social Sciences Department. The courses she taught include: General Psychology, Abnormal Psych., Social Psych, Human Growth and Development, and Psych of Adolescence.
ILR595 In Search of Happiness: The Most Sought-After Human Emotion
5-Digit Number: 17252
Mon, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m., 4/8 – 5/13
Location: Conference Center/E106
Tuition: $30.00 Fee: $99.00 Total: $129.00
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only