by Patricia Harte Bratt, ACAP’s Director of Development Mutual Growth in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship: Reciprocal Resilience is an essential, innovative guide for mental health professionals who listen repeatedly to stories of devastation and trauma. Moving beyond traditions that consider the clinician as existing only for the patient and not as an individual, this breakthrough model […]
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Thursday, 9:30 – 11:50 am GPSA 833b Adolescent Treatment: Theory and Practice /Rosenthal This course will introduce the student to basic theoretical concepts and practices in child treatment. From mother and infant intervention to the emergence of adolescence, case studies will demonstrate the developmental patterns, treatment challenges and modifications in treatment. The student will learn […]
Tuesday, 7:10 – 9:30pm GPSA825 Gender and Identity/Ashworth (Main) This course will examine the biological, neurological, social, cultural and intrapsychic relationship of gender roles, sexual orientation and gender identity. Gender is explored in the context of self, family, and cultural institutions such as schools, religious institutions, the legal system, and the health care system. It […]
Wednesday, 4:50 – 7:10pm GPSA 824 Treatment Techniques: Symbolic and Emotional Communication /DeLia (Main) In individual treatment, what the person says and does not say, what is felt and not felt, what is enacted and not spoken is put into words. Metaphor and Symbolic verbal and nonverbal communication come in many forms, and these manifestations […]
GPSA760/761 Clinical Research Tutorial – schedule to be arranged with instructor Students in the Certificate program work individually with a research 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. (Certificate […]
Thursday, 9:30 – 11:50 am, GPSA 758 Continuing Case: Adolescent Treatment: Theory and Practice /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 […]
Thursday, 4:50 – 7:10pm GPSA754 Clinical Case Seminar: Practice in Psychopathology and Psychodiagnosis/ Silver (TBA) This course is designed for students who are clinical candidates. Each week a clinical diagnostic category is presented at an advanced level. Students review diagnostic categories and case examples with emphasis on psychopathology and psychodiagnosis within a clinical context. […]
Thursday, 2:30 – 4:00pm GPSA 702E SGS/ Vaccaro (Vaccaro office) This supervised group study course is taken concurrently with Fieldwork Seminar (GPSA701). The students study individual cases at their Fieldwork Site in depth, presenting and reading about the dynamics of each case as well as their personal reactions in the therapy. The students process […]
Thursday, 7:10 – 9:30pm GPSA702 Fieldwork Seminar-When and How to Intervene: Transference and Countertransference (Main) 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 […]
GPSA559-562 Directed Research –schedule to be arranged with instructor The master’s degree student chooses to work with a research chair on the research paper, which is usually a single case from the fieldwork experience. The student enrolls in directed research with a thesis advisor and works individually with that faculty member until the project […]
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