Planning, writing material for, and teaching a 90-credit course was one of the more difficult things I’ve done in a long time. Like most difficult things, I probably wouldn’t have attempted it if I had known how really difficult it would be! Now, I’m finished. I’m sitting Gate 14 in the San Diego airport, waiting for the flight to Washington DC. The last week or so is a blur in my mind. Many days, many people, many questions, many ideas for revising next year’s course. Anyone who has ever watched me jot notes in my syllabus knows that I’m already preparing for the next year’s course before I finish this year’s course.
The group in San Diego truly helped me to end the season with a bang! The group was very diverse in terms of credentials, experience, clinical setting, and future goals. They also sent me home with several interesting questions and suggestions. I’m working on getting the answers!
I already miss this group, as well as all of you who attended this year’s course in Dallas, Long Island, Baltimore and Denver. Stay tuned to the blog! I’ll answer those questions, as well as others!