CP: Conference Call: MFT/PCC


April 29, 2014 | 12:00-1:00 PM PDT

Do you believe that human experience is multidimensional and that a truly interdisciplinary approach steeped in an understanding of who we are as human beings is required to address the challenges we face as a society? On this conference call, you'll learn more about our Clinical Psychology curriculum and what it's like to be a student in the program.

Take advantage of this opportunity to:

  • Hear about the program from Shawn Rubin, Chair of the School of Clinical Psychology and Kristopher Lichtanski, a member of the Clinical Psychology faculty
  • Find out how you can tailor our programs to help you achieve your career and personal aspirations
  • Ask your individual questions
  • Get answers about the admissions process and financial aid

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School of Clinical Psychology

Saybrook's School of Clinical Psychology gives you the knowledge, experience, and practical skills you will need to directly enter the profession as a licensed psychologist or clinical counselor. Your learning encompasses a developmental approach to understanding individuals within their broader social and cultural context, and with a full appreciation of the inseparable nature of spirit, body and mind.

About Shawn Rubin, PsyD

Dr. Rubin teaches and supervises from an integrative existential-humanistic and contemporary psychoanalytic orientation. He has presented nationally on applications of this innovative approach to clinical work as well as demonstrating experiential supervision in the training of graduate students. He serves as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology and is Member at Large of the Society for Humanistic Psychology (APA Division 32). Dr. Rubin is certified in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy by the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute. He previously served as the Coordinator of Clinical Services to Children & Families at Catholic Social Services of Wayne County in Detroit. In his private practice, Dr. Rubin treats children and their parents, adolescents, adults and LGBTQ populations. Clinical areas of research include humanistic-integrative approaches to graduate training, psychotherapy and clinical supervision. Methods of research with which Dr. Rubin has particular expertise include the heuristic, phenomenological, narrative and case study approaches of qualitative research.

Saybrook University

Saybrook University is a regionally-accredited, nonprofit graduate institution grounded in a 40+ year history of humanistic scholarship that has empowered students to find their life’s work and achieve their full potential. Saybrook offers you a broad range of master's and doctoral online and residential program choices in the fields of Leadership and Organizational Transformation, Mind-Body Medicine, Clinical Psychology, and Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry. Experiential learning and professional training are integral components of the transformative education offered through Saybrook's programs.