Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: We are now screening new clients for 20 (once weekly) sessions of psychodynamic psychotherapy to begin in the start of the Fall Semester. Psychodynamic psychotherapy is appropriate for those interested in working on their personal goals which may include: increased insight, increased sense of self-control and/or self-esteem, and/or increased ability to recognize and work through emotional experiences. Fee: Sliding scale $20-$50, with exceptions made for individuals facing financial hardship. Email us today with your availability to set up your phone screen: email@example.com
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: We are also screening clients for sessions beginning in February for clients interested in 10 (once weekly) sessions of cognitive behavioral therapy, a focused approach to reframing negative thoughts and changing negative behavior patterns. Fee: Sliding scale $20-$50, with exceptions made for individuals facing financial hardship. Email us today to be placed on the waitlist: firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychoeducational/Psychodiagnostic Assessment: We offer a low-fee psychological assessment service for New School students or community clients involved in our therapy services.
Training and Research: The American Psychological Association requires live or recorded supervision of students. To meet this requirement, each Safran Center session is video-recorded with consent from both the student and the client, allowing close supervision of students’ work and likely improving outcomes for clients. The Center’s therapy training model also includes systematic collection of self-report measures from clients to be used for routine monitoring and quality assurance.
The Safran Center has approval from the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) to establish a data repository, which can be utilized for research purposes by Psychology faculty and students at The New School for Social Research. A conversation and informed consent about the program and your options is provided before beginning in our program. Contribution to the research repository is voluntary.
Image Credit: The University Center at The New School by James Ewing January 29, 2014