How Do Human Beings Work Best? The Development of Our Ideas about Emotional Health and Well-Being

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On February 23, Nancy Scott will give the eighth talk in the series “It’s Complicated: The Histories Behind What We Think We Know.”

The field of psychology has evolved along various routes since Freud. In this talk, Nancy Scott, LMFT, will trace some of that history and will propose an integrated understanding of the complexity of being human.

Nancy Scott is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice. She has a B.S. in zoology, an M.S. in biology, and an M.A. in marriage and family therapy. Until 2009, she served for many years on the staff of McKenzie Study Center and then on the faculty of Gutenberg College. In 2021, Gutenberg College welcomed Nancy back to the faculty.

This class may be attended in person at Gutenberg College or online via Zoom.

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