Michigan


This page includes schools from Michigan that responded to the survey and wanted to be included on the website.


If you did not respond but would like to be included in the listing please contact Dr. David L. Downing at davidldowning@gmail.com 


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Eastern Michigan University


Assistant Professor: Alissa Huth-Bocks, Ph.D.

Email: ahuthboc@emich.edu

Phone: 734-487-0112

FAX: 313-487-6553

Address: Eastern Michigan University

Department of Psychology

College of Arts and Sciences

537 Mark Jefferson

Ypsilanti, MI. 48197


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.  Although most doctoral students do take the personality theories course taught by the faculty receiving psychoanalytic training.  They also are exposed to psychodynamic models in a psychotherapy course.  There are several faculty clinical supervisors with psychodynamic/psychoanalytic perspective.


 Which psychoanalytical theoretical perspectives does your Program offer? 
Ego Psychology,
Object-relations,
Self-psychology,
Other perspectives [Students are exposed to Classical, neo-Freudian, ego psychology, object relations, and self-psychology, as well as mentalization and reflective-functioning perspectives on personality and psychopathology.]


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.  Group supervision has often been focused on psychoanalytic/psychodynamic concepts, such as countertransference and deepening/intensifying treatment.  


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

No 

Program Description Provided by the Institution:

The Psychology Department at Eastern Michigan University offers graduate level training in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic theory and psychotherapy.  This content is emphasized in broad courses on personality theory and psychotherapy.   Furthermore, there are numerous clinical supervisors in the department’s Psychology Clinic that supervise from an analytic or dynamic perspective.  There is no one favored school of analytic thought, though object relations, ego psychology, and self psychological models are prominent.  At present, there are three faculty members with analytic and/or dynamic training, and support for psychoanalytic and psychodynamic models is provided in the department.  Two faculty are actively involved in psychoanalytically informed research, and both have received funding from the American and International Psychoanalytic Associations.  One faculty member has published two texts on psychodynamic treatment. 


For additional information, please contact Dr. Steven Huprich, Associate Professor of Psychology.  

Electronic mail:  shuprich@emich.edu.  

Phone:  (734) 487-1155.  



University of Detroit-Mercy


Associate Professor of Psychology, Director of Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology: V. Barry Dauphin, PhD

Email: dauphivb@udmercy.edu

Phone: 313-993-1650

FAX: 313-578-0507

Address: University of Detroit-Mercy

248 Reno Hall
4001 W. McNichols Rd.
University of Detroit-Mercy
Detroit, MI 48221-3038


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 (not on full time faculty but yes for supervisors)  

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, 

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 (if you mean within courses, the answer is yes, if you mean specific courses dedicated to these topics, then no) 

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

No 

Program Description Provided by the Institution:

UDM offers a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Our program is accredited by APA and is a Scientist-Practitioner model. The main orientation of the program is psychoanalytic with exposure to other orientations. Among our course offerings are Introduction of Psychoanalytic Concepts, Principles of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Personality (taught from psychoanalytic perspective), Psychopathology (taught from psychoanalytic perspective primarily). Students see long term cases through our Psychology Clinic starting in the 2nd year. Many of our supervisors are psychoanalysts, Division 39 members or otherwise involved in psychoanalytic organizations. Several full time faculty members have a psychoanalytic orientation. Opportunities are available for psychoanalytically oriented research for the 2nd year project and dissertation. 


Barry Dauphin, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Director of Training

Department of Psychology

University of Detroit Mercy

Detroit, MI 48221

313-993-1650


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