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Samuel Osherson, PhD - Fielding Graduate University. Nelson, NH, US

Samuel Osherson, PhD Samuel Osherson, PhD

Doctoral Faculty Emeritus - Clinical Psychology | Fielding Graduate University

Nelson, NH, UNITED STATES

Fielding Faculty Emeritus in the School of Psychology.

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Sam Osherson, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology at Fielding Graduate University, where he directs the Alonso Center for Psychodynamic Studies. He is the author of six nonfiction books, including the best-selling Finding Our Fathers, as well as the novel The Stethoscope Cure, about psychotherapy in a time of war. He has written for newspapers and periodicals, as well as professional journals. He is also on the faculty of the Stanley King Counseling Institute.

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Areas of Expertise (10)

Personality Theory and Psychotherapy

Human Development

Psychoanalytic Theory

Patient-Therapist Interaction

Gender Development

Educational Process and Teaching

Spirituality and Human Development

Group Psychotherapy

Gender Identity and Development

Clinical Supervision

Affiliations (5)

  • American Group Psychotherapy Association
  • American Psychological Association (39)
  • Massachusetts Psychological Association
  • National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
  • Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy

Articles (1)

The Teacher's Tin Cup: Engaging Fantasy and Feeling in the Classroom

The University of Chicago Press

(November, 2004) Usually a lively student, Janet seemed stuck. She is a graduate student, studying for her PhD in clinical psychology. I am in a meeting with a number of students I advise who are having trouble with various seminar papers they are writing. Janet has a paper due on the biological bases of behavior and she doesn't know how to organize her topic: the physiology of the olfactory system. She's made outline after outline, yet the paper doesn't move forward.

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