Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) In Clinical Psychology Program
PROJECTIVE METHODS II: CLINICAL USES OF THE RORSCHACH AND OTHER PROJECTIVE INSTRUMENTS
This course is a continuation of PM 604 and is designed to give students the ability to learn the basics of Rorschach and thematic test interpretation and how to communicate projective test findings in clear, jargon-free clinical reports. The first half of the course addresses quantitative and qualitative analyses of the Rorschach, including content and sequence analyses, and the integration of these analyses into a test report. This part of the course will look at adult and adolescent cases only. The second half of the semester focuses on the administration and the interpretation of other projective tests, including TAT, TED, and Figure Drawings, in both adult and child cases.
Prerequisite: CLI PM604.