Does anyone have any advice on where to go for undergraduate school? I don't think there are depth psychology bachelor programs I can attend.. but I may be wrong.
I know there are different sub groups of psychology. What type of psychology did you major in when you went for your bachelors degree?
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I hate to bump a post from over a month ago, but I had to take the chance to hype up the school that I'm currently attending for undergrad. While it's a small school with only 2 psychology faculty members, one of them was actually a student of James Hillman and leans towards teaching more towards the lines of depth psychology than "mainstream" psychology. The school is called Pikeville College and it's in Pikeville, Kentucky. There's a little over 1,000 students so the professors in all departments tend to know their students on a first name basis. Tuition is around 14k, but where it's a small private school grants usually cover most of that. The Religion department is also wonderful there and a lot of the religion classes taught definitely help out in the psychology classes and come full circle. I don't know how you would feel about moving to Eastern Kentucky in the middle of nowhere, but Pikeville really is a great school and I can't say enough good things about it. Also, if you're into ecopsychology, the mountains are just beautiful.
Think there is a spot for someone who teaches both psychology and religion? :)
Good luck in your search!
Thank you everyone for the replies =]