Psychotherapy Research and Referral Manual for the Consumer
Master of Arts (MA)
Committee or Advisor Chair
Frank R. Blume
Glenn E. Whitlock
psychotherapy, licensing, transpersonal psychology, Inland Empire, California, clinical psychology
Clinical Psychology | Economics | Psychology | Transpersonal Psychology
This thesis/project emerged from some questions I had asked myself some years ago when I knew that I wanted to channel my academic work into the area of psychology and the develop a profession as a psychotherapist. This sounded simple enough at that time. How naive I was! Questions began reeling through my mind. What courses do I need to take? What degree do I need? How many years more will I be in school? I eventually stumbled onto the area of licensing. What license did I need to have? What degrees will get me what type of license? How do even find out what programs will prepare me for licensing? How do I even find out what the various licenses are before I mage a choice? It became very obvious that a large part of my education would have nothing to do with the classroom and would be my own casual, but determined exploration of these areas so I could begin to find some answers that would give me a solid sense of direction.
Kircher, Judith Merrill, "Psychotherapy Research and Referral Manual for the Consumer" (1981). Johnston Master Theses (20th Century). 55.