Dr. Melanie L. McEntee
"Help Me - I Can't Say No!"
This case involves a 34-year-old married woman and her struggle with multiple sexual encounters with other men. Psychotherapy has focused on her frantic need for attention and affection followed by intense feelings of shame and self-loathing. Dr. McEntee will focus on the challenges of the hidden agenda with clients, attachment theory, and managing emotional instability in clients.
Friday, November 14th 12:15 - 1:00 pm
Rosenstock Hall - Thanatology Library (Room 1)
To learn more about the professional world of psychology and to discuss psychological issues outside of the classroom with faculty and peers.
What to bring:
Your lunch and your curiosity! Dessert provided.
In-Depth was created to address student interest in applied careers in psychology.
Each month a clinical faculty/staff member or outside speaker presents a provocative and challenging applied case.
All students are welcome to attend these informal presentations, in the Thanatology library (Rosenstock, room 1). Students are encouraged to ask questions following the talk, and related literature is available for interested students.