Patricia A. Seghers, PhD- Clinical Foundations Sequence Chair

Dissertation

Deconstructing television: Teaching adults to mediate violent television programming for the young child(2003)

Patricia Seghers is on the faculty of The Institute for Clinical Social Work. She teaches the Case Conference I and II courses to 1st year students in the distance-learning program. Additionally she serves as a clinical consultant and participates on dissertation panels. She was the former Vice President of Training and Consultation at a community mental health agency serving in many capacities over 34 years. She continues to maintain a private practice.

Areas of Interest & Approaches to Practice

Clinical interest in working with a diverse age population: children, adolescents and adults. Appreciation of serving these populations within a private practice setting, as well as, within a community mental health agency. Psychodynamic psychotherapy, Relational theory.

Education

  • BA, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois

  • MA, University of Chicago (School of Social Service), Chicago, Illinois

  • PhD, Institute for Clinical Social Work, Chicago, Illinois

Licenses

  • L.C.S.W.         Illinois

  • L.C.S.W.         Louisiana

Courses Taught at ICSW

  • CLDL : Case Conference I and II

Additional Faculty Roles

  • Clinical Consultation

  • Dissertation Committee

Professional Memberships & Affiliations

  • National Association of Social Work

Contact

Address: 2420 Adams Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70125

Phone: 708-471-1231

Email: pseghers@icsw.edu

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