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    Saybrook University
   
 
  Sep 26, 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.

 

Organizational Systems

   •  ORG 7080 - Consulting Skills
   •  ORG 7081 - Leading Organizational Learning and Advancement: Adaptive and Integrative
   •  ORG 7082 - Value-Driven Leadership, Stakeholder Networks, and Social Innovation
   •  ORG 7083 - Leading and Developing the 21st Century
   •  ORG 7096 - Global Organizational Cultures and Inter-Cultural Management
   •  ORG 7105 - Complexity in Educational Systems
   •  ORG 7110 - Environmental Ethics
   •  ORG 7115 - Animal Protection
   •  ORG 7120 - Human Rights
   •  ORG 7125 - Culture and Change
   •  ORG 7150 - Humane Education Residency
   •  ORG 7201 - Graduate Level Academic Writing
   •  ORG 7570 - Issues in Higher and Postsecondary Education: Leadership and Practice
   •  ORG 7571 - Transformational Management and Change in Higher and Postsecondary Education
   •  ORG 7572 - Strategic Planning and Implementation in Higher and Postsecondary Education
   •  ORG 7573 - The Community College
   •  ORG 7574 - Productive Conflict Management
   •  ORG 7576 - Introduction to p-12 Educational Leadership
   •  ORG 8151 - Practicum

Psychophysiology

   •  PH 500A - Psychophysiology Proseminar - General Biology
   •  PH 500B - Psychophysiology Proseminar - General Psychology
   •  PH 505 - Introduction to Psychophysiology
   •  PH 507A - Anatomy and Physiology for Psychophysiologists
   •  PH 507B - Anatomy and Physiology Lab.
   •  PH 507C - Anatomy and Physiology for Psychophysiologists - Lab
   •  PH 510A - Psychophysiological Recording and Intervention / General Biofeedback Lecture
   •  PH 510B - Psychophysiological Recording and Intervention / General Biofeedback - Lab
   •  PH 510C - Psychophysiological Assessment and Intervention
   •  PH 510D - General Biofeedback Lab
   •  PH 511 - Genetic Influences on Behavior
   •  PH 512A - Psychophysiological Research Techniques
   •  PH 512B - Research Experience
   •  PH 512C - Statistical Evaluation in Psychophysiology
   •  PH 515 - Pain Assessment and Intervention from a Psychophysiological Perspective
   •  PH 517 - Introduction to Behavioral and Alternative Medicine
   •  PH 518 - Hormonal and Perceptual Influences on Behavior
   •  PH 520 - Principles and Theories of Stress Management and Relaxation / Imagery Training - Lecture
   •  PH 520A - Principles and Theories of Stress Management and Relaxation / Imagery Training – Lecture
   •  PH 520B - Principles and Theories of Stress Management and Relaxation / Imagery Training - Lab
   •  PH 520B - Principles and Theories of Stress Management and Relaxation / Imagery Training - Lab
   •  PH 522A - Psychophysiological Entrainment and Stimulation - Lecture
   •  PH 522B - Psychophysiological Entrainment and Stimulation - Lab
   •  PH 525 - Neuropsychophysiology (Nervous System Functions in Psychophysiology)
   •  PH 527A - EEG Biofeedback: Assessment and Intervention - Lecture
   •  PH 527B - EEG Biofeedback: Assessment and Intervention - Lab
   •  PH 528 - Theoretical and Clinical Considerations in Advanced EEG Biofeedback Methodologies
   •  PH 530A - Behaviorally Oriented Techniques
   •  PH 531C - Behaviorally Oriented Techniques Lab
   •  PH 540 - Psychophysiological Assessment of Sleep Lecture
   •  PH 545A - Optimal Functioning: Psychophysiological Applications in the Community, School, Sports, and Workplace Lecture
   •  PH 545B - Optimal Functioning: Psychophysiological Applications in the Community, School, Sports, and Workplace Practical Experience
   •  PH 550B - Clinical Hypnosis - Lab
   •  PH 555 - Biofeedback for Neuromuscular Reeducation
   •  PH 556A - Quantitative Electroencephalogram as an Assessment Tool for Brain-Based Disorders Lecture
   •  PH 556B - Quantitative Electroencephalogram as an Assessment Tool for Brain-Based Disorders - Lab.
   •  PH 557 - Cardiorespiratory Psychophysiology Emphasizing Heart Rate Variability
   •  PH 560 - Ethical, Legal, and Professional Standards in Applied Psychophysiology
   •  PH 565 - Pelvic Floor Disorders
   •  PH 570 - Clinical Practicum and Field Experience
   •  PH 574 - Psychophysiology Seminar
   •  PH 575 - Professional Development Planning Seminars
   •  PH 577 - Case Seminars
   •  PH 8950 - Certificate Integrative Seminar

Psychology

   •  CSIH 3220 - The African Diaspora: African American Cultural History and Psychology
   •  PSY XXX - Clinical Intervention III
   •  PSY 1011 - Psychotherapy Proseminar: Humanistic Psychology
   •  PSY 1080 - History and Systems of Psychology
   •  PSY 1500A - Foundations and Critique of Contemporary Psychology - Part I
   •  PSY 1500B - Foundations and Critique of Contemporary Psychology - Part II
   •  PSY 2025 - Systems of Psychotherapy
   •  PSY 2040 - Existential Psychotherapies
   •  PSY 2045 - Existential-Humanistic Therapy: Experiential I
   •  PSY 2046 - Existential-Humanistic Therapy: Experiential II
   •  PSY 2047 - Existential Psychotherapies III: James Bugental and the Existential-Humanistic Tradition
   •  PSY 2050 - Psychopathology and Diagnosis
   •  PSY 2060 - Human Sexuality
   •  PSY 2505 - Clinical Psychopharmacology
   •  PSY 3015 - Cognition & Affect in Human Behavior
   •  PSY 3025 - Biological Bases of Behavior
   •  PSY 3045A - Clinical Intervention I
   •  PSY 3045B - Clinical Intervention II
   •  PSY 3055 - Supervision in Clinical Psychology
   •  PSY 3056 - Group Therapy
   •  PSY 3057 - Family Therapy
   •  PSY 3058 - Child & Adolescent Treatment within Context
   •  PSY 3059 - Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting
   •  PSY 3060 - Foundations of First Responder Psychology
   •  PSY 3061 - Community Issues and the First Responder
   •  PSY 3062 - First Responders as Servant/Leaders: Building Relationships
   •  PSY 3063 - First Responder Practicum Experience
   •  PSY 3070 - Meaning Centered Counseling and Therapy
   •  PSY 3080 - C. G. Jung: His Life, Work, and Contemporary Perspectives in Analytical Psychology
   •  PSY 3171 - Perspectives and Foundations of Traumatic Stress
   •  PSY 3172 - Trauma: Mind, Body, and Spiritual Dynamics
   •  PSY 3176 - Trauma Assessment and Treatment in Practice
   •  PSY 3177 - Traumatic Stress within Cultures and Self
   •  PSY 3178 - The Psychology of Trauma in Working with First Responders
   •  PSY 3179 - Traumatic Experiences in Relationships
   •  PSY 3220 - The African Diaspora: African American Cultural History and Psychology
   •  PSY 3500 - Humanistic Psychology and Psychotherapy
 

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