Course Description

Hip Hop Therapy   PASCEP 0307    


Can rap music be therapeutic? In Hip Hop Therapy, rap music and hip hop culture will be examined, and members of the hip hop culture can explore how issues such as violence, mass incarceration, and drug use impact the emotional wellness of their families and communities.  Students will learn cultural sensitivity/competence, therapeutic interventions and Hip Hop as a tool.   Instructor: Ronald Crawford holds a Master in Human Service degree and works as a drug and alcohol therapist in Philadelphia for more than 10 years.  Ronald sits on the Community Action Board a research team of community stakeholders and data collection analyst.    

*Must wear a mask in the building

*COVID-19 Vaccination Required


Refunds:  Refunds of course fees are issued only if a class is cancelled due to low enrollment.

Low Enrollment Class Cancellations:  Temple University reserves the right to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances.  If a course is cancelled for any reason, you will be notified and your entire tuition fee will be refunded.  You will have the option to enroll in another course.  Financial adjustment will be made if there is a difference in the new course selection. 

Drop/Add courses: All courses drop/add requests must be submitted to the PASCEP administration in writing.

Contact PASCEP: Phone: 215.204.1993 or Email: pascep@temple.edu 

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