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Unread July 26th, 2007, 01:17 AM
emdrhypno emdrhypno is offline
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Default PhD programs

Are there any reputable, accredited universities that offer PhD programs in which one might specialize in Ericksonian approaches to clinical psych? I already have a Masters Degree and advanced training from the Erickson foundation and would like to go for a PhD, but would prefer to find one that fits the criteria I just mentioned. I'd love to find a University where I could "apprentice" myself to a faculty mentor who is well-versed in the Ericksonian approach.
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Unread July 27th, 2007, 02:19 PM
Stephen Lankton Stephen Lankton is offline
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Default Re: PhD programs

This is a question I hear often. I am not aware specifically, but I believe I have heard of one or two that have a major focus on Erickson's approach. Anyone out there who knows is encouraged to let us know. Thanks.
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