GPSA838 Understanding Addiction in Mental Health Treatment

GPSA838 Understanding Addiction in Mental Health Treatment — Monday, 4:50-7:00pm GPSA838 Understanding Addiction in Mental Health Treatment /Hughes – Main (Zoom)
This course is designed to provide an introduction to the fundamentals of addiction counseling. Upon completion of the course, students should demonstrate knowledge of the causes, diagnosis of substance use disorders and various treatment strategies. Elective MA programs – 3 credits

GPSA836 Human Sexuality and Libido

GPSA836 Human Sexuality and Libido — Wednesday, 4:50-7:00pm GPSA836 Human Sexuality and Libido / Vaccaro (Main)
This reading course reviews psychoanalytic papers on human sexuality and libido theory from the seduction theory to infantile sexuality, the perversions, transference love, and the concept of Eros as a binding force. Contemporary ideas are discussed in relation to the understanding of the part played by the libido in sexuality, civilization, and the binding of destructive forces. Theory for Certificate / Elective MA programs – 3 credits

GPSA 833a Child Treatment: Theory and Practice

GPSA 833a Child Treatment: Theory and Practice — Thursday, 9:30-11:50am GPSA833a Child Treatment: Theory and Practice / Rosenthal (Main)
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 modification in treatment. The student will learn about the historical roots of approaches to contemporary practices. Case examples from practice examine common symptom patterns and evidence of trauma, pathology, and resilience within child treatments. Elective all programs – 3 credits

GPSA 760/761 Clinical Research Tutorial

GPSA 760/761 Clinical Research Tutorial — GPSA 760/761 Clinical Research Tutorial ACAP – Day/time 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.

GPSA758b Continuing Case Seminar

GPSA758b Continuing Case Seminar — Thursday, 9:30-11:50am GPSA758b Continuing Case Seminar: Child Treatment / 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 case coursework. Replace clinical case with advisement. Elective all programs – 3 credits

GPSA 754 Clinical Case Seminar: Practice in Psychopathology and Psychodiagnosis

GPSA 754 Clinical Case Seminar: Practice in Psychopathology and Psychodiagnosis — Thursday, 4:50-7:00pm GPSA754 Clinical Case Seminar / DeLia (Main)
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. The course prepares students to work with a wide range of presenting symptoms and offers a range of perspectives from psychoanalysis. The recognition of dynamics, resistances, transference and countertransference issues will be addressed in order to establish and maintain a working alliance with the client. Required Level B Certificate – 3 credits

GPSA701B-N The Small Group Study

GPSA701B-N The Small Group Study is taken in conjunction with 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 client. Students will present cases with process notes as a way to study the dynamics of the cases. Each week three students meet with the faculty and present their cases, studying the most therapeutic approach to each case. Students remain in the same SGS for one year.

 

Tuesday

3:15-4:45pm GPSA701L SGS / TBA

7:00-8:30pm GPSA701D SGS-Fieldwork / Thomas (Room D) 7:20-9:40pm

GPSA701-2 Fieldwork Seminar / Ashworth (limited to 12 students) (Main)

Wednesday

2:30-4:00pm GPSA701E SGS / Silver (Room D)

5:20-6:50pm GPSA701F SGS / Lapides (Room D)

Thursday

9:30-11:00am GPSA701G SGS / Bratt (Bratt office)

12:00-1:30 pm GPSA701H SGS / Vaccaro (Vaccaro office)

12:00-1:00pm GPSA701C SGS / Lazar (Room D)

3:10-4:40pm GPSA701J SGS / Semel (Semel office)

3:15-4:45pm GPSA701K SGS / DeLia (Room D)

3:15-4:15pm GPSA701M SGS / Miller (Zoom)

GPSA 701 Fieldwork Seminar – Clinical Interviewing & Small Group Studies (SGS)

GPSA 701 Fieldwork Seminar – Clinical Interviewing & Small Group Studies (SGS) — Tuesday, 12:00-2:20pm GPSA701-1 Fieldwork Seminar / Semel (limited to 12 students) (Main)
This course is designed for students who approved for fieldwork. The Fieldwork experience provides an opportunity to study basic psychoanalytic counseling techniques and their application to clinical settings with emphasis on following the contact, utilization of object oriented questions and attending to countertransference reactions. Required 2-4 semesters fieldwork all programs – 4 credits

GPSA 700 Fieldwork Practicum Treatment Beginnings & Small Group Studies (SGS)

GPSA 700 Fieldwork Practicum Treatment Beginnings & Small Group Studies (SGS)

Tuesday

12:00-2:20pm GPSA700-1 Fieldwork Practicum / Semel (limited to 12 students) (Main)

7:20-9:40pm GPSA700-2 Fieldwork Seminar / Ashworth (limited to 12 students) (Main)

In this first Fieldwork segment, students are assisted in obtaining a Fieldwork placement, given early interviewing classroom practice in the initial encounters, and encouraged to begin studying the counseling/therapeutic process as they learn to recognize the various forms of psychopathology. They learn interviewing techniques to enable individuals to tolerate more comfortably the stimulation of the counseling/therapeutic experiences, and that allow them to more freely talk with the counseling professional. The importance of ethical issues will be examined throughout the course. Required first semester fieldwork all programs – 4 credits

GPSA559-562 Directed Research

GPSA559-562 Directed Research — GPSA559-562 Directed Research ICPS – Day/time arranged with instructor
The master’s degree student may choose to work with a research chair on the fieldwork paper. The student may enroll in directed research with an advisor and work individually with that faculty member until the project is completed.
0.5-3.0 credits