Graduate Program Director
Carol LwaliGraduate Admission Counselor206.firstname.lastname@example.org
Details to be announced.
Human Science psychologies, in giving credence to the evidence about psychological life that is provided by the humanities, are lead to the recognition that a significant dimension of the distress that clients bring to psychotherapy arises from the disorder of the world. Drawing on insights from philosophical hermeneutics (Cushman), phenomenology (van den Berg), and archetypal psychology (Hillman), we will consider the virtuous (Illich and Schwartz) practice of psychotherapy in a world increasingly inhospitable to human dwelling. More information to come.
Seattle University, Casey Commons (5th floor of Casey Building)Click here for more information
Suicide Prevention Context & Concepts; Stay tuned for more information
will have a total of 6 speakers this year (2 per quarter) give
presentations throughout the year for our new event series, the
Lunchtime Speaker Series. Most of our speakers are therapists and
researchers from the local community and will draw from their clinical
and theoretical knowledge base to present on topics such as gender,
Mexican-American relations, and unconscious influences on
socio-political life. All but one of our speakers will be scheduled on a Thursday from 12:30-1:30pm in Casey Commons. Lunch will be provided as well. A schedule of our speakers is provided below:
Fall 2015 Thursday November 5th, 12:30-1:30pm; Casey Commons: Sharon Green, LISW (Private Practice) Thursday
December 3rd, 12:30-1:30pm; Casey Commons: Rodrigo Reyes, MA (Private
Practice/Doctoral Candidate/SU Adjunct Faculty) Winter 2016 Monday January 11th, 12:30-1:30pm; Casey Commons: Michael Sipiora, Ph.D. (Pacifica University) February 11th, 12:30-1:30pm; Casey Commons: Kathy Weissbourd, Ph.D. (Private Practice) Spring 2016 Thursday April 14th, 12:30-1:30pm; Chair's Colloquium: Mary Watkins, Ph.D. (Pacifica University) Friday April 15th; 8-9am; Casey Commons; Department Breakfast: Mary Watkins Thursday May 19th, 12:30-1:30pm; Casey Commons: Lane Gerber, Ph.D. (Private Practice/Prof Emeritus)
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