IN THE FIELD OF PSYCHOLOGY
On the pages of this web-site, you will
find a number of listings of non-traditional psychology
graduate degree programs, most of which are located in
Northern California. Additionally, several more traditional
degree programs are also included.
I have also included addresses for
institutes and organizations involved in psychological
studies, as well as a list of reference
I hope this is helpful.
- Adler School of
Professional Psychology: Located in Chicago, Illinois. This
school advances the philosophy and principles of Adler within the
context of professional psychological practice. Offers many
interesting master's and certificate programs and a Psy.D. in
Clinical Psychology. www.adler.edu
Institute of Integral Studies: San Francisco based accredited
Institute of higher learning and research with focus on spirit,
intellect, and wisdom in service to individuals, communities, and
the Earth. This looks like one of the more interesting schools.
- California School of
Professional Psychology Candidly Profiled: Check out this site
before committing yourself to the CSPP, or ANY graduate school!
Students, from their experiences at this school, profile the CSPP.
Included here are surveys, letters, reports, and other valuable
information for prospective students to CSPP and other graduate
schools. They also provide links to web-sites for most US graduate
schools of psychology and possible sources for scholarship
- Institute of Imaginal
Studies: Concentration in clinical psychology, creative arts
therapy, somatics, and cultural leadership. No web-site available.
Located at 47 Sixth Street, Petaluma, CA.
of Transpersonal Psychology: Offers evening Master's programs
in counseling psychology and transpersonal psychology.
F Kennedy University: Offers Master's in counseling and
organizational as well as PsyD with a multi-cultural emphasis.
Does not require GRE (but recommended) or Master's Degree to enter
PsyD program. www.jfku.edu
College of California: New College has campuses in both Santa
Rosa and San Francisco. Offers Master's Degree programs in
social/clinical psychology and feminist/clinical psychology. Also
has interesting programs in sustainable community, humanities, and
Arts and Ecology Center: Does not offer psychology programs,
but rather classes oriented to sustainable ecology and
State University: Master's degree programs of study in depth
psychology, organizational development, art therapy, MFCC, and
school counseling. The department's orientation is humanistic and
University of West Georgia: Located in Carrollton, GA.
Theoretical roots are in the Humanistic and Transpersonal
psychology traditions. Wholistic approaches to psychological life.
Berkley: Offers a clinical graduate program in areas of
behavioral neuroscience, cognitive, clinical, developmental, and
social/personality. A PhD program requiring the GRE. Also offers a
PhD program in social welfare. www.psychology.berkeley.edu
- Dominican University of
California: Master's programs in counseling (M.S., M.F.T.)
psychology and humanities. www.dominican.edu
- Golden Gate University:
Master's in applied psychology with concentration in MFCC.
- San Francisco State
University: Master's programs in counseling, MFCC, and
rehabilitation as well as a number of certificate programs in
- Buckminster Fuller
Institute: A non-profit organization devoted to a successful
and sustainable future for mankind. Serves as an information
resource to students, educators, concerned citizens, and others.
of Life: Foundation that strives to inspire, support, and
network individuals, organizations, and communities to create
environmental and social solutions to mankind's problems. A great
list of links to environmental and sociocultural internet
- Earth Elders: Organization
devoted to building healthy communities with peace and justice
worldwide and honoring all peoples, cultures, and the planet's
- Institute of Noetic Sciences:
Nonprofit organization that studies the human mind, including
perception, beliefs, attention, intention, and intuition. Very
non-conventional and interesting. Offer a cross-cultural
travel program (Looks great, but pricey!) as well as annual
conferences that look interesting. www.noetic.org
for Solar Living: Offers affordable workshops in sustainable
living, alternative construction, and renewable energy.
SITES AND MATERIALS
of Behavioral Sciences: California state government web-site
that discussed educational and licensing requirements in the
psychology field. Comprehensive list of approved and accredited
Graduate work, licensing, and certification options after
attaining undergraduate psychology degree: A concise and
well-organized overview out of the psychology department at Sonoma
Web-site that discusses career options in psychology.
for Psychological Study of Social Issues: This is a web-site
well worth checking out. SPSSI offers grants, awards, and funds
conferences on social issues. www.spssi.org
for Personality and Social Psychology: A well-developed
web-site about career development and options in
personality/social psychology. www.spsp.org
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