ALEXIS SELWOOD, PhD

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SANVILLE CROSS-CULTURAL DOCTORAL PROGRAM

 

 

 

 

THE SANVILLE INSTITUTE

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The Sanville Institute for Clinical Social Work and Psychotherapy (formerly California Institute for Clinical Social Work) has offered a PhD in clinical social work to master’s level clinicians in Northern and Southern California since 1974. The program is flexible and individualized to accommodate the needs of working professionals.

To augment its unique and successful self-paced doctoral program, the Institute is pleased to introduce a pilot project based on the cohort educational model.

Cross-Cultural Cohort PhD Program

Scheduled to start in September 2013 In Southern California

The cohort is a small group educational format where students and faculty stay together throughout the entire program in order to provide support, motivation, and encouragement. The focus of learning is upon the multi-cross-cultural aspects, both explicit and implicit, of the relationship between the psychotherapist and client or teacher and student; and how to use psychoanalytic and other current theory in a way that is relevant to multi-cross-cultural clinical practice. In this intensive and supportive environment, students may expect to complete the doctoral program in 3-4 years.

Email the Institute at admin@sanville.edu to put your name on a list to receive more information about this program or contact Dr. Alexis Selwood, 323.469.8462, afselwood@gmail.com

The Sanville Institute, 2110 Sixth St., Suite 100, Berkeley, CA 94710 866.848.8430 admin@sanville.edu http://www.sanville.edu

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