GPSA559-562 Directed Research/Instructor: TBA – 0.5–3.0 credits Dates/Times arranged with instructor The student enrolls in Directed Research to seek more support on the MA research project. 3- 12 hours is spent throughout the semester with time distributed between meeting individually with a faculty member and faculty reading the paper. Students remain in Directed Research until […]
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GPSA531 Group Dynamics I: Theories & Techniques/Silver – 3cr Tuesday 6:30-9:30pm Main Classroom This course provides the broad, basic theoretical and experiential understanding of group work. Basic stages and psychoanalytic underpinnings of group process and structure are outlined with emphasis on methods and skills. Special emphasis is given to resistance, interventions with specific diagnostic, culture, […]
March 29, 2018, from Runner’s World, By Jenny McCoy Friday, January 12, 2018, 8:56 am By moving from the couch to the roads, she’s able to reach her patients in a new way. Nine years ago, Sepideh Saremi barely recognized herself. As the primary caregiver for a family member battling cancer, she was dealing with […]
March 11,2018 — My mother suffered from severe recurring depression for 30 years, episodes that floored her to the point of near-catatonic inertia. She was lost to us in a mire of desolation. This happened often — once a year, sometimes more. The worst episodes hung around for months and months. She endured hospital stays, […]
Published on: Mar 9, 2018 If the past year or two has reaffirmed anything for us, it’s that you can’t believe everything you read, particularly on social media. Now experts say they’ve pinned down just how bad false stories are on Twitter, digging deep into the psychological elements fueling their rapid spread. Research led by […]
“It’s not personal. It’s just business.” How many times have you heard those words when you were smarting over a job you didn’t get or a pitch that got rejected, or a professional setback or slight? And how often have you found them unhelpful? Maybe it wasn’t meant personally but it feels very personal to […]
In our highly politicized times, how can psychoanalysts contribute to the national discourse in ways that are both ethical and effective? Prominent practitioners recently addressed this question and the implications of commenting on public figures — most notably President Trump — at the American Psychoanalytic Association’s (APsaA) 2018 national meeting. Their open-ended discussion last week […]
By Amy Novotney December 2017, Vol 48, No. 11, Psychologists have modernized the approach to better serve patients and have conducted more research that validates its success At age 7, Pratyusha Tummala-Narra emigrated from India to the United States with her family, leaving behind a country rife with political tensions. Her struggles to adjust to […]
GPSA833B Adolescent Treatment: Theory and Practice-3cr | THURSDAY | 7:10-9:30pm | Bratt (Main) | (All programs) This course will introduce the student to basic theoretical concepts and practices in adolescent treatment. From early adolescence to young adulthood, case studies will demonstrate developmental issues, treatment challenges, and therapeutic interventions. Examples from clinical practice will help differentiate […]
GPSA760/761 Clinical Research Tutorial | (Cert) TBA GPSA 760/761 Clinical Research Tutorial – Day/time to be arranged w/instructor Students in the Certificate program work individually with a capstone chairperson after development of a capstone proposal approved by the training committee. The capstone chairperson assists the student in completion of the proposal for the capstone project […]
ACAP and BGSP-NJ, have been continuously, nationally accredited by ABAP, the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, since 1990.