Monica Franz is a semi-retired therapist in private practice, a clinical supervisor and an educator. She has a master’s degree in counselling psychology and has taught extensively at the Justice Institute of B.C. (courses in clinical supervision, ethics and cultural diversity in counselling) and in the Graduate Counselling Psychology faculty at City University (courses in clinical supervision, human development, and grief and loss). She served as ethics chair for her professional association and as an advisor to help prepare students for the rigours of professional life. Recognizing the correlation between resilience and ethical acuity and clinical capacity, she has devoted much of her professional life to supporting therapists, counsellors, social workers and others in the helping professions to generate both personal and professional resilience.
- Innovative Perspectives on Resiliency and Aging (55+) LIB178
- Innovative Perspectives on Resilient Aging (55+) PLUS211
- Meanings in Life: An Inquiry (55+) PLUS279
- Stoicism with Heart (55+) PLUS311
- The Individuated Self: A Jungian Perspective on the Aging Psyche (55+) PLUS359