GPSA 828The Psychodynamics of the Family Life Cycle-3cr Thursday, 4:50 – 7:10 pm / Silver (library) The family life cycle is a series of developmental stages that a family moves through over a lifetime from infancy to older age. Each stage affords the individual new skills and challenges which requires coping with change. Intrapsychic development […]
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GPSA 760/761 Independent Clinical Research Tutorial-3cr schedule to be arranged with instructor The student works individually in independent research tutorial with a faculty member until the research project is completed. A second reader approves the paper as well.
GPSA758 Continuing Case Seminar: Group Focus-3cr Thursday, 9:30 – 11:50 am /Rosenthal (main) Through continuing case presentations of three cases, students will apply theory to practice. With the agreement of the training committee, this course can be selected as fulfilling the requirement for the clinical case course after four semesters of successful completion of clinical […]
GPSA 751 Clinical Case Seminar: Comparative Studies in Psychopathology-3cr Thursday, 4:50 – 7:00 pm /Semel (main) This course is designed for students who are clinical candidates. Each week a clinical case is presented at an advanced level to consider for case conceptualization. Students review models for understanding psychopathology and biographical accounts of psychopathological processes in […]
GPSA 701 Fieldwork Seminar Clinical Interviewing: Early Interventions & Small Group Studies (SGS)-3cr Wednesday, 7:10 – 9:30 pm /Vaccaro (main) This course is designed for students that are approved for fieldwork. The Fieldwork experience provides an opportunity to study basic psychoanalytic counseling techniques and their application to clinical settings. In this first Fieldwork segment, students […]
GPSA 555A Proposal Writing: Professional Ethics & the Psychoanalytic Case Study Seminar-3cr Thursday, 7:10 – 9:30 pm /Gerber (library) In this course, students will learn how to develop a proposal for the capstone project in the Certificate program. Students will prepare a narrative of the case dynamics which describes the course of treatment and presents […]
GPSA 502 Human Development: Age Three to Adolescence-3cr Tuesday, 7:10-9:30pm / Ashworth (main) This course offers students an opportunity, through readings, class discussion and observations in and out of class, to understand the three and age twelve. Oedipal, latency and pre-teen dynamics are presented and explored, and students learn how an understanding of these stages […]
GPSA 536 Comparative Psychotherapies II: Theories of Counseling & Psychoanalysis-3cr Tuesday, 4:50-7:10pm / Hess (main) This course surveys major theoretical schools of counseling and psychoanalysis and how to apply their underlying premises in practice. Students will learn about the contributions of these fields to form a broad understanding of clinical techniques from forming the therapeutic […]
GPSA 531 Group Dynamics I: Theories & Techniques-3cr Thursday, 9:30 – 11:50 am /Rosenthal (main) This course provides the broad, basic theoretical and experiential understanding of group work. Basic stages and psychoanalytic underpinnings of group process and structure are outlined with emphasis on methods and skills. Special emphasis is given to resistance, interventions with specific […]
GPA 522 Comparative Psychotherapies I: Modern Concepts & Techniques in Counseling & Psychoanalysis- 3cr Wednesday, 4:50-7:10pm / DeLia (main) Students will learn the basic intervention strategies applied in Modern Psychoanalytic approaches to counseling and psychoanalysis. We will study how psychoanalytic counseling and psychoanalysis has expanded, in technique and theory, to include more severe emotional disorders. […]
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