Professional and Continuing Education

Academic Experiences at a Professional Pace

We collaborate with leaders and organizations to support staff development and customize programs that meet critical needs and leverage our faculty’s deep and diverse expertise. We design each course to address the specific needs of professionals and practitioners. 

Customized Offerings

Working with our design team, school leaders can create a customized professional development experience for teachers within their school or district. These experiences can be held on site or online, with or without a university credits component.

Explore our offerings below or contact the Professional and Continuing Education Office to learn more. 

Ashana Hurd
Assistant Dean of Urban Outreach and Professional Development

Through our wide variety of high-quality, research informed professional development offerings, you will increase your efficacy, support your practice, and transform as a professional.
Ashana Hurd, Assistant Dean of Urban Outreach and Professional Development

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K-12

Geared towards teachers, paraprofessionals, school counselors and K-12 educators.
 

Psych-Related

 For all practitioners, from psychologists, LMHCs, and social workers. 
 

Higher Education

Short term offerings catered towards higher education administrators at every level.
 

Instructional Design

Create exceptional learning experiences for K-12 students, higher education, or government and corporate learners.

Featured Offerings

Nietzsche For Clinicians: Learning To Live Between Trauma And Tragedy

Thursdays, January 27-May 26, 2022 | 7:00 - 8:30 PM

Format: Fully Online Workshop Series

Facilitator: Matthew Clemente

Participants in this 5-month Psychological Humanities and Ethics workshop will meet on the last Thursday of each month from January to May to examine the insights and ideas of one of history’s most formative psychologists. Reading Nietzsche not as a philosopher in the classical sense but a proto-psychoanalyst, a precursor to Freud and Lacan, participants will trace the genesis of such fundamental psychoanalytic concepts as repression, the death-drive, and the Oedipus complex. By the end of this course, participants will have an in-depth knowledge of the major works and ideas of one of modernity’s most prominent and influential thinkers.

CEs for LMHC, APA, and LI/LCSW will be submitted for review to respective credentialing bodies.

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