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Internationally known couples therapist visits Tulane
"We cannot experience life in its fullness unless we have an intimate relationship with another human being and, beyond that, a feeling of connection with the world around us," said Harville Hendrix, an internationally known couples therapist.
Thanks to a partnership with the Tulane University School of Social Work's Porter-Cason Institute, Hendrix conducted a three-hour workshop on the uptown campus about how to build better relationships through Imago Relationship Therapy.
School of Social Work Rocks the World
The cover story of the Fall issue of the Tulanian is titled “175 Ways Tulane Has Rocked the World.” The article identifies individuals who have been affiliated with Tulane over this period of time who have made a real difference in their own unique ways. I’am delighted to report that the School of Social Work is noted six times among the 175 listings. Following are the six entries with a brief update for each.
Click here to view the six entries and where those TSSW graduates are today.
Do Work That Matters.
Now more than ever before, New Orleans is a living laboratory, with social work front and center in the recovery of one of America’s greatest cities. Tulane School of Social Work, the first program for social workers in the deep South, is on the ground working in partnership with numerous non-profit organizations to rebuild our city. Join Tulane School of Social Work, and do work that matters.