Teaching, Training, and Administration in Graduate Psychology Programs: A Psychoanalytic Perspective (Paperback)
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Teaching, Training, and Administration in Graduate Psychology Programs: A Psychoanalytic Perspective (Paperback)

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Paperback 218 Pages / Published: 11/10/2017
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Teaching, Training, and Administration in Graduate Psychology Programs offers a unique contribution to the literature by presenting psychoanalytic perspectives on the challenges of educating future psychologists. By integrating psychoanalytic theory with engaging cases and practical applications, the authors explore how psychoanalysis can foster a deeper understanding of the questions and decisions that graduate psychology faculty and administrators must face every day. Teaching, Training, and Administration in Graduate Psychology Programs is an accessible and valuable resource for instructors, administrators, and graduate students.

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781442244986
Number of pages: 218
Weight: 304 g
Dimensions: 228 x 153 x 14 mm


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This book utilizes psychoanalytic theory to conceptualize challenges faced in the teaching and training of doctoral psychology students and the dilemmas faced in the administration of such a program. The use of psychoanalytic theory to discuss larger institutional dynamics and societal dynamics is highly original and very valuable. The authors provide a textured understanding of the kinds of decisions contemporary professors and administrators face. The book provides faculty and administrators with a rich framework from which to conceptualize decisions, actions, acting out, dilemmas, etc. -- Barry Dauphin, University of Detroit Mercy
This book demonstrates the value of a psychoanalytic perspective in an arena that is increasingly dominated by market forces, quick fixes, and allergic reactions to looking at how unconscious processes complicate clinical work and education. It will be embraced by psychoanalytic faculty, administrators, and students in graduate psychology programs. -- Dennis Debiak, Widener University, Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology

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