- Phenomenology of the Face
- Madness and Society
- Desperate Styles
- Issues in Psychotherapy
- Ethics and Phenomenology
- Therapeutic Communication
- The World of the Clinic
- Therapeutic Skills I: Listening
The practicum grounds academic knowledge and reflection in practical experience. Students begin the practicum in their second year with an agency that matches their interests.
- Placement in the same agency for a minimum of 9 months.
- Direct supervision at the agency as well as small group supervision with faculty on campus.
- Supervision includes detailed clinical analysis
Second-year students complete an integration paper that combines personal reflection on experience with discussion of relevant literature.
Electives, sample topics
- Therapeutic Approach to Family
- Working with Groups
- Cross-cultural Dynamics
- Play Therapy
- Phenomenological Research
- Self Psychology
- Phenomenology of Therapeutic change
- Hermeneutics: Interpretive Foundations of Non-Behavioral Psychology
- Transference and Countertransference
- The Healing Relationship
Course requirements are maintained by the Office of the Registrar.
Typical 2-year schedule: MAP 72 Credit Scenario
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