The graduate school of clinical psychology and behavioral science has announced it is opening its doors to people who want to study with the renowned psychoanalyst, professor and writer.
The new program, which will begin in the spring of 2020, is a collaboration between the university and graduate school and will be led by a PhD candidate in psychology who has a background in psychoanalytic research.
The program is designed to give students the opportunity to pursue their interests while receiving a rigorous training in the areas of behavioral psychology and cognitive science.
“The graduate program will provide an opportunity for graduate students to develop a strong professional network with colleagues in their field, and to gain a greater understanding of the challenges facing our profession,” the school said in a statement.
The graduate school said the goal is to offer a “deep understanding of our professional challenges, as well as a deep appreciation for the breadth and depth of the literature that we are tasked with addressing.”
In a statement, James Jones said he was looking forward to the opportunities offered by the program.
“It’s great to have the opportunity of pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology in my lifetime,” he said.
“My hope is that we will help people develop the knowledge and skills needed to better understand their own lives and the world around them.”
I am so thrilled to join the James Jones School of Psychology, as I believe in the possibilities of this kind of research, especially when we consider the impact it can have on society, our society as a whole, and our world.
“These programs are a huge boost for all of us, and I hope this partnership will lead to more research, more training, and more opportunities for the community.”
“We are very excited about this new partnership, and we look forward to continuing to collaborate with the graduate program and other departments in the future,” said Jennifer Boudreau, dean of the James Joyce Institute, a faculty member in the James A. Joyce Graduate School.
“This program is a tremendous opportunity for students, especially those who may not have a connection to clinical psychology or behavioral science, and this is the first step in that process.”
The James A Joyce Graduate College in the United Kingdom will be the hub for the program and will open its doors in 2020.
The school also announced the appointment of James E. G. Jones as a faculty advisor.
Jones has been a professor at the James D. Joyce Institute since 1997 and has authored over a dozen books.
His books include “In the Garden of Delights: The Psychology of Everyday Life,” which was published in 2015; “The Psychology of Memory,” which has been published in 2018; and “The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide to the Psychedelics,” which will be published in 2019.
“I’m thrilled to have James Jones and the James E Joyce Institute join us as we work toward a future where we can understand and understand ourselves better and better,” said G. Paul Jones, professor emeritus at the school and one of the founders of the Institute.
“The collaboration with the James University of London is a very exciting opportunity and I look forward seeing how it develops.”
“This is a new and exciting time in psychology,” said Stephen G. Waddington, associate dean of undergraduate studies and associate chair of the Department of Psychology at James Joyce.
“I look forward for the new James Jones graduate program to be a valuable addition to the world of psychology.”
The university said it will continue to offer academic and professional support to students and faculty as they work toward completing their degrees.