GPSA 559-562 Directed Research – Day/time arranged with instructor The master’s degree student may choose to work with a research chair on the fieldwork paper, which is usually a single case from the fieldwork experience. The student may enroll in a directed research with an advisor and work individually with that faculty member until the […]
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GPSA 511 Tutorial (The Counseling profession) / Vaccaro – 3 credits
Dates/Times TBA GPSA760/761 Clinical Research Tutorial – Day/time 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. (3-cr)
Dates/Times TBA GPSA702B-K Small Group Studies (SGS) This supervised group study course is taken throughout the summer for students who are engaged in fieldwork or clinical case. 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 to the […]
Thursday 5:30-8:45pm GPSA 104 Multicultural Issues in Mental Health Work / Lapides Multicultural Issues in Mental Health Work is a counseling course designed to introduce students to theoretical models of diversity and identity development. Students will examine theories of Race, Ethnicity, Class, Sex, Gender, Sexual Orientation and Ability, as a means of understanding the development […]
Wednesday 6:30-9:45pm GPSA 704 Fieldwork Seminar – Focus on Basic Techniques and Small Group Studies (SGS) / Vaccaro The Fieldwork experiences provide an opportunity to apply theory and practice of psychoanalytic techniques in a clinical setting under supervision. As the student moves through the fieldwork sequence, the student has increasing ability for independence and develops […]
Tuesday 5:30-8:45pm GPSA 101 Assessment and Appraisal / Hughes This course provides an overview of the appraisal process including observation, interviewing, measures, resources and tools to formulate a clinical understanding of clients within a broad range of settings and within a survey of populations. Behavior, observations, etiology, symptomology, assessment, countertransference, and treatment will be examined […]
3 credits GPSA 555B Research Seminar – Proposal Writing/Gerber/TBA 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 of the case […]
(3 credits) Wednesday -4:50 – 7:00 pm GPSA 828 The Psychodynamics of the Family Life Cycle/Vaccaro 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 […]
(3 credits) Tuesday- 4:50 – 7:00 pm GPSA 824 Treatment Techniques: Symbolic and Emotional Communication /Hess Dreams and the symbolic verbal and nonverbal communications that come in many forms are explored. Often these manifestations help us to understand the latent meaning underlying the manifest content of what is spoken and presented as well as deriving […]
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