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Patricia A. Seghers, PhD

Class of 2003


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

Patricia A. Seghers

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.


  • 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


  • 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


Address: 2420 Adams Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70125

Phone: 708-471-1231

Email: pseghers@icsw.edu