Becoming a Clinical Psychologist: Personal Stories of Doctoral Training

Becoming a Clinical Psychologist: Personal Stories of Doctoral Training

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781442239920
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 02/16/2015
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Danielle Knafo is a professor in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Long Island University, C. W. Post Campus, where she chairs a concentration on serious mental illness.

Robert Keisner is a practicing psychologist and psychoanalyst and founder and former director of the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Long Island University, C. W. Post Campus.

Silvia Fiammenghi is a licensed psychologist and the staff psychologist for New York University in Florence, Italy.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Danielle Knafo, Robert Keisner, and Silvia Fiammenghi
Part I: Beginner’s Mind: First Experiences Conducting Therapy
Chapter 1: Personal and Professional Integration in a Dual-Oriented Doctoral Program
Dustin Kahoud
Chapter 2: Conducting Therapy for the First Time
Adi Avivi
Chapter 3: Guilt in the Beginning Therapist: Etiology and Impact on Treatment
Benjamin Gottesman
Chapter 4: The Novice in the Therapist’s Chair
Samantha Shoshana Lawrence
Part II: Navigating the Personal and Professional during Doctoral Training
Chapter 5: Clinical Psychology Training and Romance: For Better or for Worse?
Silvia Fiammenghi
Chapter 6: Clinical Psychology Doctoral Students with a History of Eating Disorders
Brianna Blake
Chapter 7: Life as a Juggler: Work, Family, and Study inside a Doctoral Psychology Program
Matthew Liebman
Chapter 8: Experiences of a “Black Sheep” in a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program
Noel Hunter
Part Three: Outside the Norm: Effects of Diversity in Training and Treatment
Chapter 9: A Few Good Men: The Male Experience of Minority Status in a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program
Ian Rugg
Chapter 10: Notes from a Queer Student’s Graduate Training
Kathleen Kallstrom-Schreckengost
Chapter 11: Finding My Place in Psychoanalysis as a Black, Female Student
Adjoa Osei
Chapter 12: From the Closet to the Clinic: An Orthodox Jewish Man Comes Out in Training
Jeremy Novich
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