CPP 507 Harry Stack Sullivan and Interpersonal Psychoanalysis
Faculty: Ann-Marie Neale, PhD (Profile) OR Michael L. Brock, PhD, PsyD, LPC (Profile) – Please indicate the faculty member you would like to work with in the Comment section of the Online Registration.
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is designed to acquaint the student with Harry Stack Sullivan and the fundamentals of his thought. Rather than settle for merely a secondary-source summary of who he was and what he thought, this course will concentrate on Sullivan’s life and, by using a classic text, will explore the essentials of his thought. The introductory material presented in Morgan’s chapter on Sullivan is a way of establishing the parameters of the course. The biography is an in-depth look at Sullivan’s life. The classic text is a primary source to expose the student to Sullivan himself.