Psychology


Trip Details

  • Location:  Austria, England (UK) and Netherlands
  • Cost: $4,600
  • Term: May 2021
  • Sponsor: Division of Behavioral Sciences

For more information contact betsye.robinette@indwes.edu or abby.leberman@ef.edu

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Trip Description

This travel class is designed to provide students with a firsthand journey into the history of psychology, particularly into its philosophical and treatment roots. This course will specifically review Sigmund Freud's contributions and foundational theories, the writings and works of Viktor Frankl, the contribution of logo therapy, and the psychology of suffering. Students will visit key historical places related to the works of Freud and Frankl. Psychological trauma from the World War II era will be explored through a visit to Anne Frank's hiding place where her famous diary was written. Additionally, students will explore mental illness as displayed by Jack the Ripper and Van Gogh by visiting the first psychiatric hospital in Europe. The whole trip is designed for the group to consider how intellectual and cultural contexts have shaped interpretations of history. Stops will include Vienna, Austria; London, UK; and Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Cost of this trip does not include tuition. Courses taken abroad receive discounted tuition. Contact ashley.demichael@indwes.edu for details. 

See the trip itinerary here: https://www.efcollegestudytours.com/professors-trip/2152103VF

Course Options

PSY-475