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Alliant International University: Fresno 

                   

Founding Professor: Ronald Teague, PhD, ABPP

Email: rteague@alliant.edu

Phone: 559-253-2262

FAX: 559-253-2267

Address: Alliant International University: Fresno

5130 East Clinton Way

Fresco, CA 93727-2014


Survey Response:


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?  

Yes 


Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice?  

Yes 


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?  

No

 

Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?  

Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?  

Yes 


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? 


Freudian/Classical,

Ego Psychology, 

Object-relations, 

Other perspectives [Analytical Psychology-Jungian]


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?  

Yes 


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?  

Yes 

Program Description Provided by the Institution:


Analytic Psychology Emphasis

This emphasis area is designed to help students examine the relationship between conscious and unconscious mental processes.   Using the work of C.G. Jung as the over-arching theoretical structure, the emphasis also helps students understand clinical situations from psycho-analytic, object-relations and ego psychological perspectives.  While the work of Jung covers the entire range of human life span and emotional and cognitive development, it is understood that other theoretical perspectives have contributed as much, if not more, practical insights into the workings and treatment of emotional and cognitive disorders.  All courses in the emphasis attempt to integrate the various perspectives in psychodynamic psychologies with Jung’s seminal works.


To help students begin this difficult process of conceptual integration, students who are enrolled the Analytic Psychology Emphasis will be required to take two pro-seminars in Analytic Psychology.  Each one unit class will make use of a different classic analytic text as a starting point for discussions on the understanding and treatment of clinical cases.  Some of the texts which have been used are: Jung’s The Psychology of the Transference, Jung’s first and second editions of Symbols of Transformation, Freud’s newly retranslated Interpretation of Dreams and Anna Freud’s Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense.   Students enrolled in the emphasis will meet each year to participate in the selection of the texts to be used in these pro-seminars.

Students are also required to take the Introduction to Analytic and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy as well as an additional nine units of analytic electives.  Some of the elective courses have been: Introduction to Analytic Psychology, Analytic Dream Interpretation, Psycho-analytic Approaches to Treatment, Object-relations Theory, Ego Psychology, Expressive Techniques in Analytic Psychology and Sand Play Therapy in Analytic Psychology.  

Students are also expected to pursue a research topic in the are of Analytic Psychology.  As most of the problem areas in Analytic Psychology which need careful research involve issues of consciousness, students are strongly encouraged to develop research skills using the methods of the Human Sciences which include Phenomenology, Ethnography, Ethnomethodology and Phenomenological Hermeneutics.


To help students integrate the theoretical material of the emphasis in a practical way, they will be assigned in the course of their graduate training to field placements where Analytic or other Dynamic approaches are used.  


Finally, since much of the process of learning Analytic Psychology derives from exploration of ones’ own personal material, students are required to fulfill the basic psychotherapy requirement with a trained Analytic psychologist or other approved Dynamically trained psychologist


Course retitles

P522 Introduction to Analytic Psychology

P524 Analytic Dream Interpretation

P532 Analytic Sand Tray therapy

P528 Expressive Techniques in Analytic Psychology

P622 Analytic and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

  Investigates and develops intervention skills from an Analytic and other psychodynamic psychotherapies

P624 Analytic Approaches to Treatment

P530 Current Developments in Analytic Psychotherapy


Antioch University

            Chair, Psychology Doctoral Program: Michele Harway, PhD, 

            ABPP

Email: mharway@antiochsb.edu

Phone: 805-962-8179 x 320

FAX: 805-962-4786

Address:  Antioch University

801 Carden Street, #101

Santa Barbara, CA 93101


Survey Results: 


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?  

No, but in application process


Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice?  

Yes 


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?  

No 


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?  

Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?  

Yes 


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? 


Freudian/Classical,

Object-relations, 

Self-psychology, 


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?  

Yes 


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?  

No 


Azusa Pacific University

Program and Contact Info

Program Name

Department of Clinical Psychology


Program Phone Number

(626) 815-5008


Program Address

Azusa Pacific University, Department of Clinical Psychology, 701 E. Foothill Blvd., Azusa, California 91702


Contact Personrequired

Theresa Clement Tisdale, PhD, PsyD


Contact Email Addressrequired

tctisdale@apu.edu


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?

Yes


Is your program considered open to an inclusive of Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic theory and practice?

Yes


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?

Yes


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?

Yes


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?

Yes


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? ​​[Check all that apply​]

Freudian/Classical

Ego Psychology

Object-relations

Self-psychology

Kleinian, Intersubjectivity, Contemporary/Relational


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?

Yes


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?

Yes


Would you like your program to be listed on the Psychoanalytically-friendly Universities web-site?

Yes


Biola University

Program and Contact Info

Program Name

Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University


Program Phone Number

(562) 903-4867


Program Address

13800 Biola Ave., La Mirada, California 90639


Contact Person

Earl Bland, PsyD


Contact Email Address

earl.bland@biola.edu


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?

Yes


Is your program considered open to an inclusive of Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic theory and practice?

Yes


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?

Yes


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?

Yes


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?

Yes


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? ​​[Check all that apply​]

Freudian/Classical

Object-relations

Self-psychology

Relational


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?

Yes


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?

Yes


University of California: Berkeley

Contact: Alisa Crovetti

Email: alisacrovetti@sbcglobal.net

Phone: 510-642-1382

FAX: 510-642-5293

Address: University of California, Berkeley

Psychology Department

Letters and Sciences

3210 Tolman Hall MC 1650

Berkeley, CA 94720-1650


Survey Results:

Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association? 

Yes 


Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice? 

Yes 

Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training? 

No


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses? 

Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?

Yes, but this is only one of many theories covered in the introductory course on psychotherapy.


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer?

Freudian/Classical,
Ego Psychology,
Object-relations,
Self-psychology,
Other   [Jung's archetypal psychotherapy plus the following (not pychoanalytic) perspectives:  Humanistic (e.g., play therapy), Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral, Solution Focused Therapy]


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?


Yes. We briefly cover supervision from a psychoanalytic perspective.


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives? 


No. While our course does cover brief psychotherapy, it is not given psychoanalytic treatment.


Program Description Provided by the Institution:


While our Ph.D. program is predominantly cognitive-developmental in focus, internship level students complete two semesters of the above course, which includes a survey of theories and approaches related to child psychotherapy.  We spend several weeks reading about, discussing, and applying psychoanalytic theory, beginning with Freud and moving through ego psychology, self-psychology, and object relations theory and gaining some familiarity with the work of  Jung, Mahler, Klein, Anna Freud, Adler, Sullivan, Horney, and Kohut.  Throughout the year, students are encouraged to think in terms of countertransference, transference, and defenses as one of several ways to conceptualize their work with clients.

University of California, Berkeley
Graduate School of Education
School Psychology Program
Course: Community-Based Internship in Psychopathology: Diagnosis and Treatment of Child Mental Health Problems
Instructor: Alisa Crovetti, Ph.D.


California Institute of Integral Studies

Program Director and Professor, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program: Katie McGovern, Ph.D.
Email: kmcgovern@ciis.edu

Phone: 415-575-6292

FAX: 415-575- 1266

Address: California Institute of Integral Studies

1453 Mission St., 4th floor
San Francisco, CA. 94103

Survey Results:


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?  


Yes (currently on probation, next Self Study due 2010)


Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice?  

Yes 


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?
Yes 


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?
Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?  


Yes.  We have a required course on Psychodynamic Theory and Practice, which includes psychoanalytic thought.  Our own Psychological Services Center trains practicum trainees from a broadly psychoanalytic perspective.


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? 


Freudian/Classical
Object-relations
Self-psychology
Other perspectives [American Relaitonal Psychoanalysis]


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?


Yes


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?  


No.  We do not have a course specifically aimed at this topic.  However, Professional Seminars during years two and three will touch on these topics; several of our practicum sites offer training and supervision for this kind of work.


Program Description Provided by the Institution:


"While the PsyD Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS)  offers broad and general training in clinical psychology consistent with APA accreditation  and includes instruction on several perspectives on human functioning and treatment formulation, the core faculty of the Program view development and clinical practice primarily from a psychodynamic perspective.  Several core faculty have psychoanalytic training and incorporate psychoanalytic ideas in their required courses, in their Professional Seminars (case conference), and in their clinical supervision.  The Program's own Psychological Services Center offers practicum level training from a broadly psychoanalytic orientation.  Many PsyD students are members of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology.  Students are welcome to develop psychoanalytic skills during the course of their graduate education at CIIS.

 Contacts:

Katie McGovern, Ph.D.
Program Director and Professor
Voice: (415) 575-6292

Andrew Harlem, PhD
Associate Professor
Voice: 415-575-6134

Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program
California Institute of Integral Studies

Mailing: 1453 Mission St., 4th floor
San Francisco, CA. 94103

Office: 1390 Market St.
San Francisco, CA.  94103

FAX: (415) 575- 1266

California Lutheran University

Director of Graduate Programs in Psychology: Dr. Mindy 

Puopolo

Phone: 805-493-3528

FAX: 805-493-3479

Address: California Lutheran University

60 W. Olsen Road

MC 3800

Thousand Oaks, CA 91360


Survey Results:


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?  


No.  Our first cohort will start in Fall of 2010. We will apply for Accreditation as soon as we are eligible to do so.

Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice?  

Yes 


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?  

Yes 

  

Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?  

Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?  

Yes 


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? 


Freudian/Classical,

Ego Psychology, 

Object-relations, 

Self-psychology, 

Lacanian, 

Other perspectives [Attachment Theory]


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?  

Yes 


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives? 

Yes 


California Lutheran University

60 W. Olsen Road

MC 3800

Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

http://www.callutheran.edu/schools/cas/programs/psyd/

Dr. Mindy Puopolo

Director of Graduate Programs in Psychology

805-493-3528

Fielding Graduate University

Contact: Samuel Osherson, PhD

Email: rtrybus@fielding.edu

Phone: 805-687-1099

FAX: 805-687-9793

Address: Fielding Graduate Institute

2112 Santa Barbara St.

Santa Barbara, CA 93105


Survey Results:


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?  

Yes 


Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice?  

Yes 


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?  

No

 

Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?  

Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?  

No 


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? 


Ego Psychology, 

Object-relations, 

Self-psychology, 

Other perspectives [Intersubjective/contemporary relational theory]


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?  


Yes


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?  

No 


Program Description Provided by the Institution:


The Alonso Center at Fielding Graduate University is dedicated to educating the public and professional communities about the value of psychodynamic psychotherapy and the centrality of the psychotherapist-client relationship in the provision of effective mental health care. Through a variety of academic and public initiatives, we encourage and support the application of psychodynamic and relational principles in everyday life, including education, business, journalism, and the arts.


Fielding Graduate University


2112 De La Vina St.

Santa Barbara, CA 93105


Contact: Program Director, Michele Cascardi, PhD

Email: mcascardi@fielding.edu 

Phone: 805-687-1099

Address: Fielding Graduate Institute

2112 De La Vina

Santa Barbara, CA 93105


Survey Results:


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?  

Yes


Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice?  

Yes 


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?  

Yes

 

Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses? 

Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?  

No


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer?


Ego Psychology, 

Object-relations, 

Self-psychology, 

Other perspectives [Intersubjective/contemporary relational theory]


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?  


Yes 


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?  

No 


Program Description Provided by the Institution:


The Alonso Center at Fielding Graduate University is dedicated to educating the public and professional communities about the value of psychodynamic psychotherapy and the centrality of the psychotherapist-client relationship in the provision of effective mental health care.  Through a variety of academic and public initiatives, we encourage and support the application of psychodynamic and relational principles in everyday life, including education, business, journalism, and the arts.


Institute of Transpersonal Psychology

1069 E. Meadow Circle

Palo Alto, CA  94303

(650) 493-4430 x254

JFisher@itp.edu

Palo Alto University

Contact: William Froming

Email: wfroming@paloaltou.edu

Phone: 650-433-3830

FAX: 650-433-3829

Address: Palo Alto University

Pacific Graduate School of Psychology

1791 Arastradero Road

Palo Alto, CA 94304-1337

Survey Results:


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association? 

Yes 


Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice? 

Yes 


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?
No 


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?
Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?

Yes 


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? 
Ego Psychology,
Object-relations,
Self-psychology,

Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?
Yes 


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives? 

No 


Program Description Provided by the Institution:

Nigel Field, PhD, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Palo Alto University,
1797 Arastradero Rd., Palo Alto, CA 94304. Phone: (650)433 -3843. Email:
nfield@paloaltou.edu


Pepperdine University

Program and Contact Info

Program Name

Pepperdine University


Program Phone Number

(310) 258-2850


Program Address

Graduate School of Education & Psychology, 6100 Center Drive, Irvine, California 90045


Contact Person

Edward Shafranske, Ph.D., ABPP, FIPA


Contact Email Address

eshafran@peppeerdine.edu


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?

Yes


Is your program considered open to an inclusive of Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic theory and practice?

Yes


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?

Yes


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?

Yes


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?

No


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? ​​[Check all that apply​]

Freudian/Classical

Ego Psychology

Object-relations

Self-psychology

Mentalization


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?

Yes


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?

No



Program Description Provided by the Institution:


The Psy.D. Program is accredited by the American Psychological Association and is offered by the Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) of Pepperdine University.  Doctoral students are exposed to a variety of clinical orientations, including a required course in psychoanalytic developmental theory (which incorporates perspectives from neurobiology) and have the opportunity to take a 2-semester course in psychodynamic psychotherapy.  The university’s clinics as well as many community-based training programs and medical centers offer the training in psychodynamic psychotherapy.  Two members of the faculty are psychoanalysts; other faculty members practice psychodynamic psychotherapy or integrate psychoanalytic principles.  Students may complete their clinical dissertations on a topic of psychoanalytic interest.  The greater Los Angeles area includes a number well-established psychoanalytic institutes and centers of learning.


Doctor of Psychology Program

Pepperdine University

6100 Center Drive

Los Angeles, CA 90045

(310) 568-5607

Edward Shafranske, Ph.D., ABPP

Professor and Director of the Psy.D. Program



University of California, Santa Barbara

             Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology, Director of Clinical  

            Training:Steve R. Smith, Ph.D.

            Email: ssmith@education.ucsb.edu

            Phone: 805-893-3375

            FAX: 805-893-3375

            Address: University of California, Santa Barbara

            Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology
            ED2110
            Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9490

 

Survey Results:


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?  

Yes 

 

Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice?  

Yes 

 

Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?  

No 


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?  

Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy?  

Yes 


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? 


Freudian/Classical,

Object-relations, 


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?  

Yes 


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?  

No


University of California, Santa Barbara

Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology
ED2110
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9490
Director of Clinical Training: Steven Smith, Ph.D.


Wright Institute

Contact: Gilbert Newman

Email: gnewman@wi.edu

Phone: 510-841-9230 x110

FAX: 510-841-0167

Address: Wright Institute

2728 Durant Ave.

Berkeley, CA 94704

Survey Results:


Is your doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association?  

Yes 


Is your program considered open to and inclusive of Psychoanalytical/Psychodynamic theory and practice?  

Yes 


Does your program have any faculty that are certified psychoanalysts, or in psychoanalytical training?  Yes 


Does your program have psychoanalytically-oriented faculty, and include psychoanalytical thought in their courses?  

Yes 


Does your program require introductory courses on psychoanalytical theories and psychotherapy? 

 Yes 


Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer?


Freudian/Classical, 

Object-relations, 

Lacanian, 

Other perspectives [intersubjective, control mastery]   


Does your program cover special topics from psychoanalytical perspectives such as treatment of severe psychopathology, race, class, gender/sexuality, dreams, supervision, transference/counter-transference?  

Yes 


Does your program require courses on short-term psychotherapy and crisis intervention that include psychoanalytical perspectives?  

Yes

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