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  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 University Bulletin

Postgraduate Certificate Programs


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Questions regarding individual programs may be directed to the appropriate program director; for Postgraduate Programs, call 516.877.4800.

The Postgraduate Programs are designed for professionals who have doctorates or master’s degrees in a mental health profession and are licensed for independent practice. These programs provide certificates and advanced training in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis including: adult therapy; child, adolescent, and family therapy; marriage and couples therapy; group psychotherapy; psychoanalytic supervision; and psychodynamic school psychology. The postgraduate programs consist of a series of seminars in theory, technique, case conferences, and supervised practice. Courses are offered in the evening or late afternoons to accommodate working professionals. In addition to our Garden City location, some programs are offered at our Manhattan Center. Personal therapy and supervised practice are basic requirements of these programs.

Postgraduate Psychotherapy Center

Questions regarding the Postgraduate Psychotherapy Center may be directed to Dr. Jack Herskovits at 516.877.4841 or Yvette Jones at 516 877.4840. 

The Postgraduate Psychotherapy Center is an association of psychotherapists affiliated with the Postgraduate Programs in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Founded in 1963, the Center provides affordable and effective psychoanalytic psychotherapy services including, individual psychotherapy, couple therapy, child adolescent, and family therapy, as well as low cost pyschoanalysis.  Services are available on-site in our Garden City and Hauppauge campuses, as well as in the private office of our clinicians throughout Nassau, Suffolk, and Manhattan.

Programs

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