GPSA559-562 Directed Research – schedule to be arranged with instructor The student enrolls in Directed Research to seek more support on the MA research project. 3-12 Hours are spent throughout the semester with time distributed between meeting individually with a faculty member and faculty reading the paper. (MAMHC/MAP)
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GPSA760/761 Clinical Research Tutorial – schedule to be arranged with instructor Students in the Certificate program work individually with a chairperson after development of a proposal approved by the training committee. The chairperson assists the student in completion of the proposal for the project through completion, approval and final presentation of the project.
Thursday, 7:10-9:30 pm GPSA555B Research Seminar / Proposal Writing / Gerber In this two-semester course, students will learn how to develop a proposal for the psychoanalytic case paper in the Certificate program. Students will prepare a narrative of the case dynamics which describes the course of treatment and presents a question about some aspect […]
Thursday, 7:10-9:30 pm GPSA534 Trauma & The Resilient Mind: Contemporary Theories / Bratt This course is designed to introduce students to an understanding of the various types of trauma generating maladaptive, emotional stress reactions, a grasp of the developing concept of resilience and the adaptive responses that promote it. Major theories and theorists investigating […]
Thursday, 4:50-7:10 pm GPSA507 Human Development: Through the Lifespan Birth to Death / Silver This course focuses on the vicissitudes of human development through the life span and within intrapsychic, biological, family, environmental and cultural context. How the individual approaches developmental tasks or copes with challenges of inner and outer reality, from conception through […]
Thursday, 4:50-7:10 pm GPSA752 Clinical Case Seminar: Resistance, Transference & Countertransference Issues / Semel Through readings & clinical case presentations, the students in this advanced clinical course will learn how to analyze the unique and diverse ways in which resistance, transference and countertransference responses are expressed during treatment. Transference and countertransference will be analyzed […]
Thursday, 9:30-11:50am GPSA699 Advanced Cases in Modern Psychoanalysis II / Rosenthal Through the presentations of three cases, students will apply theory to practice. This course is open to all students and may serve as an elective or theory for most programs. After reviewing the initial stages of treatment with the narcissistic individual and the techniques […]
Thursday, 9:30-11:50am GPSA758B Continuing Case Seminar: Advanced Cases in Modern Psychoanalysis II / Rosenthal 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 […]
Wednesday, 7:10-9:30pm GPSA702 Fieldwork Seminar-When & How to Intervene: Transference & Countertransference / Vaccaro In this segment of the fieldwork experience, students study the helping relationship and techniques to facilitate understanding of transference and countertransference as they influence the student’s self-development. Students learn how to recognize signs and symptoms of psychopathology and how to […]
Wednesday, 4:50-7:10pm GPSA181 Psychopathology: Severe Emotional Disorders / DeLia This course examines psychopathology of severe emotional disorders from the perspective of both the DSM, psychoanalytic theory and biography. Literature and clinical material will provide a view from the diagnostician and those who are impacted. The DSM will be paired with first-hand accounts and psychodynamic […]
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