Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Clark motivated me to want to know-it-all in the world of therapy, and although I'm aware that I will always be learning, I also think it's important to remember that we have to love what we do in order to truly be successful at what we're doing in life. Professor Clark reminded me why I'm going into the world of Marriage and Family Therapy, and she also motivated me to continuously fuel my fire in what I do.
Professor Clark made it a priority to ensure all of us were engaged in her class, whether we wanted to be or not. We had long "to-do" lists each week, but every assignment had purpose. I learned about topics of transgender, pregnancy, love, relationships; you name it. I think Professor Clark's passion on the subjects she taught allowed me to express my passion in my papers and assignments. To this day, it's still my favorite class at UNR.
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I wouldn't walk into this course closed-minded. You have to be open with discovering new things, and accepting of the fact that every individual is different in his or her's own way. It's important to remember that some of the topics aren't light;some will be difficult to process, but if you're able to accept everyone and their individuality and ideas, you'll experience so much in the course, and you'll also probably learn some things about yourself by digging deeper into your own beliefs.