Depth Psychology: MA Program


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Article Evening

The Article Evening is an annual celebratory event for students and the community to share in the spirit of the program, and to publicly acknowledge graduating students´ work over the past two years. Students present their work on their Publishable-Quality Article or Master's Thesis. This is a wonderful event to attend if you are interested in finding out more about the program.

This year's event takes place on Thurs May 14, 2015 at 6 pm in the Cooperage.Parking in Lot J is nearest to the Cooperage, $5.00 parking fee. Campus Map.

MA Class of 2015

The 2015 graduating students and their presentations:

  • Hamish Eassie, Painted soul: Using symbolic responses to works of art to map liminal psyche
  • Christian Gerike, What are those animals doing in our dreams?
  • Genevieve Hagopian, Using archetypes to imagine gender possibilities in the post-modern world
  • Eric Hanley, Beach break: A surfer's journey across boundaries in ocean and psyche
  • Jessica Hole, Cultural imprisonment: Restoring balance to the American justice system and psyche
  • Sil Machado, Faggot speaks: A poetic inquiry into antigay mistreatment and sexual prejudice
  • Catherine Poloynis, Exploring dream images through ceramic sculpture
  • Jody M. Ressio, A hero's journey through the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Ariel Serre, Ayahuasca as indigenous alchemy: Understanding and integrating the visionary experience
  • Somer Shook, Healing the motherline through autoethnography
  • Romy-Michelle Unger, Cultural psychology and existential depression in the age of neoliberalism: An autoethnography of an accidental Texan

Class of 2015


Dream by Catherine Poloynis


Public Programs in Depth Psychology

Kate DonahueExpressive Arts Therapist Kate Donohue, Ph.D. presents on the art of Helen Hardin and her relation to the Motherline on Sat April 25, 10 am - 1 pm in Art 102.

Information Meeting

Rune drumAttend our next Information Meeting for the MA in Psychology, in depth psychology on Sat. April 25, 2-4 pm in Stevenson Hall 3042.