Join Prof. Hinshaw on CalDay
Saturday April 21st; 10-11am; 100 Lewis Hall
Families, Mental Illness, and Stigma: The New Frontier for Human Rights
The public knows more facts about depression, PTSD, autism, ADHD, and other mental/developmental disabilities than ever before, but public attitudes have not fundamentally shifted over the past 100 years. I became interested in clinical and developmental psychology as the result of my family experiences, growing up in a home with serious mental illness--particularly my father's severe, episodic bipolar disorder, misdiagnosed since his teenage years. Covering themes from my latest book, "Another Kind of Madness: A Journey through the Stigma and Hope of Mental Illness," I discuss shame, stigma, and the power of communicating openly about the mental disorders that touch most families, in order to humanize the entire topic.
Become a Psychology Peer Adviser
Are you excited about Psychology and eager to assist your peers? Do you have an interest in Counseling or Student Affairs?
Psychology Peer Advising is a great program to get involved in! We are looking for students who are very enthusiastic about the major and, are passionate about helping our students be successful during their time at UC Berkeley. Peer advisors provide the perspective of an upper-division student and share their strategies for academic success and knowledge of department resources and programs. Besides advising, you will also participate in events like CalDay, Major Madness, and Psych Commencement Ceremony.
For more information and access to the application, please visit this page.
Appointments with the undergraduate major advisers will be unavailable from April 2-13 to accommodate for increased drop-in advising.
If you are a graduating senior participating in this Spring’s commencement ceremony, please take a look at this page for more information.
NEW: The Developing Child Summer Minor (Summer 2018)
The Developing Child is a new interdisciplinary, developmental science Summer Minor and Certificate, focused on children from birth to age 8. Integrating research, practice, and policy with problem-solving and implementation skills for the real world, the innovative coursework and practicum will enrich your approach to working with or on behalf of young children.
The courses offered to complete the Summer minor can be used towards fulfilling the Psychology Tier III requirements (including the Psych 149 seminar*) **
For more information on The Developing Child Summer minor, please click here.
*Only one seminar course can be used towards fulfilling the Tier III Psychology requirements
**Students who choose to participate in the minor can only have one overlapping course with the Psychology major
Psychology Courses Offered in Summer 2018
Check out this link to find out which courses are being offered this Summer
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