Thu Nov 14 2013
HICKORY, N.C. — Dr. David Ludwig, professor of psychology at Lenoir-Rhyne University, will offer a free series of seminars on Emotional Wellness during the week of December 9-13. Ludwig is opening his class to the community with a series of 10 lectures focusing on the spiritual dimension of life.
The seminars can be taken as a graduate course or as separate half-day sessions. All sessions will meet from 8:30-12 and 1-4:30 Monday through Friday during the week of Dec. 9 in the Colloquium Room #127 of the Rudisill Library, located on the main campus of Lenoir-Rhyne University.
Seminars on Monday and Tuesday will focus on personal wellness and the benefit of faith in the process of emotional healing, while seminars on Wednesday and Thursday will focus will focus on developing healthy relationships. Friday’s seminars will focus on the spiritual dimension of counseling.
Ludwig has taught psychology at Lenoir-Rhyne for more that 30 years and has worked as a family therapist for more than 40 years. He is an ordained pastor of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod. He has written numerous books and created videos related to family life. He has developed a center for the study of family relationships at LRU with its web page: www.thinkwe.com. Through the years, he has developed a number of programs and presented them at conferences and workshops around the world.
To register for graduate credit for this course (COU 561), call the registrar at (828) 328-7279 prior to the first session. For more information and to register for any or all of the free seminars, email Dr. Ludwig at Ludwig@lr.edu.LRU News | No Comments