Dr. R. Joel Farrell II, LPC, NCC
Social Behavioral Sciences
Cloverdale Wing, Harris-Parker
334 | 386 - 7979
334 | 386 - 7978 (fax)
jfarrell@faulkner.edu

ID Course Times
BI 2320 Intro to Counseling Theories See listing for MFT 2320
BI 3324 Advanced Counseling Skills See MFT 3324
BI 3351 Coping with Loss and Grief See listing for MFT 3351
ED 2325 Technology in the Classroom TBA
FA 1300 The College Edge See Course Listing
FED 6301 Phil. Ethics & Character in Ed See Course Listing
MFT 2320 Intro. to Counseling Theories Spring 2008
MFT 2355 Drugs and Society TBA
MFT 3312 Marital and Family Theory TBA
MFT 3320 Life-Roles & Career Dev. TBA
MFT 3324 Advanced Counseling Theories Fall 2005
MFT 3351 Coping with Loss and Grief TTh 10:40-12:00
MFT 3375 Intro. Professional Counseling F 8:00-10:30
MFT 4345 Prof Ethics 10:40-12:00 Tue. & Thu.
PY 3310 Childhood and Adolescence TBA
PY 3380 Psychology of Learning Spring 2009
PY 4345 Professional Ethics See MFT 4345
SY 4345 Professional Ethics See MFT 4345

Office Hours

Spring Semester 2011

Please feel free to e-mail questions, concerns, absences, or to arrange an appointment, etc. anytime. Office hours listed are subject to change due to administrative responsibilities.

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Welcome to the COU, PY, and SY programs

"The soul is dyed the color of its thoughts. Think only on those things that are in line with your principles and can bear the light of day. The content of your character is your choice. Day by day, what you do is who you become."Heraclitus, 535-475 BC (approximately), Philosopher and Author

"The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled"—Plutarch

"Ordinary riches can be stolen, real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you."—Oscar Wilde