11. January 2015 · Comments Off on San Francisco Clinical Camp · Categories: Uncategorized

SF Clincal Camp: A Psychological Learning Experience

“SF Clinical Camp” is a unique opportunity for bright and motivated teenagers to learn more about themselves and the world. This is not treatment, but rather an opportunity for a small number of teenagers to explore concepts relevant to the world of clinical psychology in a fun and engaging atmosphere. Topics for discussion include considering our own unique and subjective experience of the world; the unconscious and how it impacts our daily life; how we change and our interpretation of the world changes over time.

Our approach will not be a typical Psychology 101 approach of rudimentary overview and memorization. Instead, we will explore these topics in more depth and look at the immediate relevance to each of us. For example, in discussing our own subjective view of the world, we will discuss topics such as how others influence us, and how psychological defenses alter our view of the world and therefore how we interact with the social world.

Sessions in June for entry level (near-college level work)

Session in July for Advanced Camp (appropriate for graduates of SF Clinical Camp or very serious students).

More info:  SFClinicalCamp.com

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