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Academic Curriculum

PhD Curriculum

First Year

Fall – 10 credit hours

RM 601 – Traditions of Inquiry in the Social Sciences I
CF 611 – Psychodynamic Psychology I: Psychodynamic Theories I
CF 621 – Developmental Theory I
CL 601 – Case Conference I
Clinical Practicum I

Spring – 8 credit hours

RM 602 – Traditions of Inquiry in the Social Sciences II
CF 612 – Psychodynamic Psychology II: Psychodynamic Theories II
CF 622 – Developmental Theory II
CL 602 – Case Conference II: Psychodynamic Formulation

Summer – 6 credit hours

CL 611 – Clinical Process and Technique I: The Therapeutic Situation
CL 612 – Perspectives on Trauma and Neuropsychology
CL 721 – Beyond the 50 Minute hour: Psychoanalytic Social Work in the Community

Second Year

Fall – 12 credit hours

RM 701 – Research Methods I
CF 711 – Psychodynamic Psychology III: Freud
CL 701 – Case Conference III
CL 711 – Clinical Process and Technique II: The Therapeutic Attitude
Clinical Practicum II
Clinical Practicum III

Spring – 8 credit hours

RM 702 – Research Methods II
CF 712 – Psychodynamic Psychology IV: Object Relations
CF 811 – Psychodynamic Psychology V: Self Psychology
CL 702 – Case Conference IV

Summer – 6 credit hours

RM 801 – Research Methods III
CL 712 – Perspectives on Attachment and Loss
CF 821 – Psychodynamic Theories of Race, Racialization, and Social Class

Third Year

Fall – 12 credit hours

CL 801 – Case Conference V: The Therapist’s Subjectivity
RM 802 – Research Methods IV
CF 812 – Psychodynamic Psychology VI: Relational Theory
CF 822 – Psychodynamic Theories of Gender and Sexuality
Clinical Practicum IV
Clinical Practicum V

Spring 8 credit hours

CL 802 – Case Conference VI
CF 911 – Psychodynamic Psychology VII: Capstone Theory
CL 803 – Case Conference VII
CL 811 – Clinical Process and Technique III: The Clinical Unconscious

Summer– 6 credit hours

RM 903 – Dissertation Seminar (4 credit hours)
CF 721 – Psychoanalytic Social Theory

Advanced – 0 credit hours

ESRM 800 – Advanced Research Seminar

 

Revised January 05, 2018