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    Saybrook University
   
 
  Jul 21, 2018
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Summer Addendum 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Summer Addendum

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.

 

Psychology

   •  PSY 4000 - Comprehensive Exam
   •  PSY 4050 - Integrative Health Psychology: The Application of Psychological Concepts and Tools to Health
   •  PSY 4530 - Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality in Their Cultural Contexts
   •  PSY 4535 - The Use of Poetry with Death, Loss, and Life Transition
   •  PSY 6010 - The Psychology of Multiculturalism in North America
   •  PSY 6020 - Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 6030 - Personality Theory and Research
   •  PSY 6050 - Mindfulness and Spirituality in Clinical Practice
   •  PSY 6060 - Ethics and Laws in Psychotherapy and Behavioral Science Research
   •  PSY 6070 - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Applied within Humanistic and Integrative Approaches
   •  PSY 6080 - Introduction to Forensic Psychology
   •  PSY 6150 - Existential Psychotherapies II: Rollo May and the Existential Tradition
   •  PSY 6160 - Applied Positive Psychology
   •  PSY 7500 - Clinical Psychology Graduate Colloquium
   •  PSY 7510 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 8125 - Internship
   •  PSY 8145A - Clinical Practicum I
   •  PSY 8145B - Clinical Practicum II
   •  PSY 8145C - Clinical Practicum III
   •  PSY 8230 - Cognitive Assessment
   •  PSY 8231 - Cognitive Assessment Lab
   •  PSY 8250 - Personality Assessment
   •  PSY 8251 - Personality Assessment Lab
   •  PSY 8950 - Certificate Integrative Seminar
   •  PSY 9200 - Master's Project (M.A. in Clinical Psychology)

Research

   •  RES xxxx - Advanced Research Methods
   •  RES 512A - Psychophysiological Research Techniques
   •  RES 512B - Research Experience
   •  RES 512C - Statistical Evualuation in Psychophysiology
   •  RES 573 - Dissertation Preparation
   •  RES 580AA - Dissertation
   •  RES 580B - Dissertation
   •  RES 580C - Dissertation
   •  RES 1004 - Information Competency and Library Use (PhD Managing Organizational Systems and MA, PhD Transformative Social Change)
   •  RES 1005 - Methods of Research and Disciplined Inquiry I (PhD Psychology, Managing Organizational Systems, Transformative Social Change)
   •  RES 1006 - Information Competency and Library Use (PhD Psychology)
   •  RES 1015 - Methods of Research and Disciplined Inquiry II (PhD Psychology, Managing Organizational Systems, Transformative Social Change)
   •  RES 1023 - Understanding Research and Evaluation (for MA Counseling Only)
   •  RES 1025 - Understanding Research (MA Psychology, Transformative Social Change)
   •  RES 1026 - Information Competency and Library Use (MA Psychology)
   •  RES 1026L - Information Competency and Library Use
   •  RES 1030 - Experimental Research Methods
   •  RES 1040 - Qualitative Research Methods
   •  RES 1045 - Fundamental Statistics for Practitioner Scholars
   •  RES 1050 - Applied Program Evaluation
   •  RES 1100A - Research Practicum
   •  RES 1100B - Research Practicum - Part II
   •  RES 1105 - Methods of Research (Clinical Psychology, Clinical Psychology Specialization Only)
   •  RES 1110 - Statistics
   •  RES 1140 - Case Study Methods in Psychology
   •  RES 1150 - Action Research
   •  RES 1160 - Systems Research
   •  RES 1200A - Dissertation Proposal I (Clinical Psychology, Clinical Specialization Only)
   •  RES 1200B - Dissertation Proposal II (Clinical Psychology, Clinical Specialization Only)
   •  RES 3130 - Descriptive Phenomenological Psychological Research
   •  RES 4005 - Narrative and Auto/Biographical Research
   •  RES 4900 - Hermeneutic Psychological Research
   •  RES 9010 - Qualifying Essay 1: Dissertation Critique (Managing Organizational Systems, Psychology, Transformative Social Change Only)
   •  RES 9020 - Qualifying Essay 2: Literature Review (Managing Organizational Systems, Psychology, Transformative Social Change Only)
   •  RES 9030 - Qualifying Essay 3: Literature Review (Organizational Systems, Psychology, Transformative Social Change Only)
   •  RES 9200 - Master's Project Research
   •  RES 9400 - Master's Thesis Research
   •  RES 9500 - Dissertation Research (Clinical Psychology, Clinical Specialization, Managing Organizational Systems Only)
   •  RES 9500 - Dissertation Research (Psychology, Transformative Social Change Only)

Seattle Counseling

   •  COUN 2010S - Structure and Dynamics of the Family
   •  COUN 2025S - Counseling Theories
   •  COUN 2031S - Assessment and Testing
   •  COUN 2050S - Psychopathology and Diagnosis
   •  COUN 2060S - Human Sexuality
   •  COUN 2400S - Pre-Practicum Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2401S - Practicum/Internship Pro-Seminar
   •  COUN 2500S - Basic Counseling Skills
   •  COUN 2505S - Psychopharmacology
   •  COUN 2510S - Relationship and Family Intervention
   •  COUN 2531S - Group Counseling and Psychotherapy
   •  COUN 2532S - Career Development and Counseling
   •  COUN 2538S - Aging and Long-Term Care
   •  COUN 2539S - Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting
   •  COUN 2544S - Mental Health Recovery
   •  COUN 2555S - Advanced Child and Adolescent Therapy
   •  COUN 2560S - Multiculturalism and the Family Assessment
   •  COUN 2561S - Substance Abuse and Behavioral Addictions
   •  COUN 2562S - Crisis and Trauma Intervention
   •  COUN 2640S - Partner Abuse and Domestic Violence
   •  COUN 2650S - Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice
   •  COUN 2701S - Experiential: Basic Counseling Skills
   •  COUN 2702S - Experiential: Structure and Dynamics of the Family
   •  COUN 2703S - Experiential: Crisis and Trauma Intervention
   •  COUN 2704S - Experiential: Relationship and Family Intervention
   •  COUN 2705S - Experiential: Group Counseling and Psychotherapy
   •  COUN 2706S - Experiential: Child and Adolescent Counseling
   •  COUN 2707S - Experiential: Counseling Theories
   •  COUN 2709S - Overview of Mental Health Counseling
   •  COUN 6020S - Lifespan Development
   •  COUN 8152S - Practicum
   •  COUN 8153S - Internship 1
   •  COUN 8154S - Internship 2
   •  COUN 8155S - Internship 3
   •  COUN 8156S - Clinical Inter-Session
   •  COUN 9100S - Comprehensive Exam
 

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