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    Saybrook University
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

Course Descriptions


Courses are identified and organized by degree program. Listed below are those courses that may be offered through the Department of Humanistic & Clinical Psychology for the Psychology degree program as well as the Human Science degree program for the 2015-2016 academic school year. CampusVue will list courses open for enrollment each semester, by Section if applicable.

Courses are identified and organized by degree programs: Clinical Psychology, PhD. Courses listed are offered as online cohort (CO), residential (R), or individually-mentored online (IO). Not all courses are offered every semester. See Program Descriptions and Requirements section of the College of Social Sciences section of this catalog and the Saybrook University website for updates and/or changes to courses.

 

Other Courses

   •  COA 5593 - Advanced Coaching Practicum
   •  COA 5628 - Evidence-Based Coaching
   •  COA 5632 - Intermediate Coaching
   •  COA 5633 - MA Capstone Seminar in Integrative Wellness Coaching
   •  COA 5700 - Foundations of Lifestyle Medicine
   •  COA 5705 - Positive Psychology Applications in Coaching
   •  COA 8100 - Independent Study
   •  IFN 5514 - Virtual Community in Nutrition
   •  IFN 5520 - Nutritional Science
   •  IFN 5611 - Therapeutic Diets and Menu Planning
   •  IFN 5661 - Nutritional Foundations of Mental Health
   •  IFN 5670 - Foundations of Integrative and Functional Nutrition
   •  IFN 5672 - Nutritional Perspectives from Ayurvedic Medicine
   •  IFN 5673 - Integrative Approaches to the Digestive System
   •  IFN 5676 - Dietary Supplements and Herbal Medicine
   •  IFN 5677 - Integrative and Functional Nutrition: Therapeutics
   •  IFN 5678 - Advanced Nutritional Physiology
   •  IFN 5679 - Practicum in Integrative and Functional Nutrition
   •  IFN 5680 - Capstone Seminar in Integrative and Functional Nutrition
   •  IFN 5688 - Advanced Nutritional Biochemistry–Macronutrients
   •  IFN 5689 - Advanced Nutritional Biochemistry–Micronutrients
   •  IFN 5694 - Nutrition-Focused Physical Exam
   •  IFN 5703 - General Biochemistry
   •  IFN 5704 - Anatomy and Physiology
   •  IFN 5705 - Psychobiology of Eating
   •  IFN 8100 - Independent Study
   •  MAM 8009 - Innovative Organizational Leadership: Qualities and Skills

Across all degree programs

   •  ALL 0700 - Academic Writing
   •  ALL 0701 - Academic Writing
   •  ALL 0702 - Academic Writing
   •  ALL 0703 - Academic Writing
   •  ALL 0704 - Academic Writing
   •  ALL 0705 - Academic Writing
   •  ALL 8100 - Independent Study
   •  IS 600B - Global Leadership, Networking, and Cultural Intelligence

Counseling

   •  COUN 2010 - Structure & Dynamics of the Family
   •  COUN 2025 - Counseling Theories
   •  COUN 2031 - Assessment & Testing
   •  COUN 2040 - Advanced Research Methods
   •  COUN 2050 - Psychopathology and Diagnosis
   •  COUN 2060 - Human Sexuality
   •  COUN 2400A - Pre-Practicum Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2400B - Pre-Practicum Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2400C - Pre-Practicum Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2400D - Pre-Practicum Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2401A - Practicum/Internship Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2401B - Practicum/Internship Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2401C - Practicum/Internship Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2401D - Practicum/Internship Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2500 - Basic Counseling Skills
   •  COUN 2505 - Psychopharmacology
   •  COUN 2510 - Relationship and Family Intervention
   •  COUN 2531 - Group Counseling and Psychotherapy
   •  COUN 2532 - Career Development and Counseling
   •  COUN 2555 - Advanced Child and Adolescent Therapy
   •  COUN 2560 - Multiculturalism and the Family
   •  COUN 2561 - Substance Abuse and Behavioral Addictions
   •  COUN 2562 - Crisis and Trauma Intervention
   •  COUN 2650 - Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice
   •  COUN 2701 - Experiential: Basic Counseling Skills
   •  COUN 2702 - Experiential: Structure & Dynamics of the Family
   •  COUN 2703 - Experiential: Crisis & Trauma Intervention
   •  COUN 2704 - Experiential: Relationship & Family Intervention
   •  COUN 2705 - Experiential: Group Counseling & Psychotherapy
   •  COUN 2706 - Experiential: Child & Adolescent Counseling
   •  COUN 2707 - Experiential: Counseling Theories
   •  COUN 2708 - Experiential: Advanced Counseling Skills 2
   •  COUN 2709 - Experiential: Overview of to Mental Health Counseling
   •  COUN 6020 - Lifespan Development
   •  COUN 7500 - Graduate Colloquium
   •  COUN 8152 - Practicum
   •  COUN 8153 - Internship 1
   •  COUN 8154 - Internship 2
   •  COUN 8155 - Internship 3
   •  COUN 8156 - Clinical Inter-Session
   •  COUN 9100 - Comprehensive Exam
   •  COUN 9200 - MFT Master's Project

Creativity Studies

   •  CS xxxx - In Development: “Creativity Coaching”
   •  CS xxxx - In Development: “Movies and Mental Illness”
   •  CS 3010 - Arts-Based Inquiry
   •  CS 3530 - Death and Loss in Literature and Film
   •  CS 4500 - Dimensions of Creativity
   •  CS 4510 - Perspectives in Creativity
   •  CS 4520 - Art and Healing
   •  CS 4525 - Poetry and Holistic Health
   •  CS 4526 - Creativity and Writing
   •  CS 4535 - The Use of Poetry with Death, Loss, and Life Transition
   •  CS 4540 - Creativity and Social Change
   •  CS 6606 - Introduction to Expressive Arts
   •  CS 7067 - Organizational Creativity
   •  CS 8151 - Practicum in Professional Practice
   •  CS 8950 - Certificate Integrative Seminar

Consciousness, Spirituality, and Integrative Health

   •  CSIH 3000 - Psychology of Consciousness
   •  CSIH 3040 - Models of Consciousness
   •  CSIH 3070 - Eastern Psychologies
   •  CSIH 3080 - Psychology of Shamanism
   •  CSIH 3150 - Neuropsychology of Dreams and Dreaming
   •  CSIH 3160 - Personal Mythology and Dreamwork
   •  CSIH 3165 - Understanding and Appreciating Dreams
   •  CSIH 3200 - Seminar in Consciousness, Spirituality, and Integrative Health
 

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