Department News and Events
Cost effectiveness of psychological services
by Dr. Roger Brooke and Jeremy Axelrad, Duquesne University
Summary Review of the Literature, Cost effectiveness of psychological services has been distributed widely. Read it here.
is the recipient of this year's University Award for
Graduate Student Teaching Excellence
Just out: the newest issue of the Alumni Newsletter
Brian Delate presents:
May 3, 2013
Time: 12:00, Berger Gallery, 2nd Floor College Hall
Julie L Futrell
Beyond symptom accumulation: A Lacanian clinical approach to obsession
A case study and theoretical exposition
Director: Bruce Fink, Ph.D
Readers: Suzanne Barnard, Ph.D. and Colleen Carney, Ph.D.
March 22, 2013
Time: 10:00 a.m., Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center, Gumberg Library
Claire Steele LeBeau
Maternal guilt: An existential phenomenological study of the early experiences of first-time mothers
Director: Eva M. Simms, Ph.D.
Readers: Will Adams, Ph.D. and Russell Walsh, Ph.D.
1:00, Berger Gallery, 2nd floor College Hall
The ethical imagination: A hermeneutical study
Director: Russell Walsh, Ph.D.
Readers: Drs. Adams and Simms
This page is your source for information about student organizations in psychology, schedules, news, and other resources about the Psychology Department at Duquesne University. For the latest scheduling and course information visit this page often during the semester for updates.
For about 37 years the Department has sponsored a minicourse (one credit), held over a weekend. This program has allowed us to expose faculty and students to thinkers and subject matter beyond our own resources. The instructors are invited because of their national or international standing and because of their known expertise, typically in human science psychology.
Here you will find a list of the most recent Dissertation Defenses presented by our Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Students.
Each year, the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center holds a Symposium on a specific theme, featuring internationally renowned scholars in phenomenology.