Up to 2 scholarships are available for students who start their Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology this fall 2013.
This year's career event: "Psychology Careers Unveiled: From the Lab to the Real World" was an exciting mix covering a number of areas in psychology, which had not yet been presented in previous years: neuroscience, industrial medicine, tinnitus, family psychology, autism, drug abuse, and military psychology.
Besides conveying the theoretical knowledge to students, an important goal of the course PSYC 2250/50 “Adolescent Psychology”, taught by Mag. Sandra E. Velásquez Montiel-Probst, is to provide significant experience with adolescents, and to exchange ideas and impressions with them in a meaningful way.
Dr. Julia Pitters, Assistant Professor in Psychology, Webster University Vienna, was one of the speakers at the TEDx Vienna event in November 2012. The theme of the event was “Instanity” which derives from the words “instant” and “insanity” and symbolizes today’s technological society where everything happens now. Dr.
Webster University, Vienna is seeking to appoint two professors of psychology:
- Assistant or Associate Professor of Psychology (full-time or half-time)
- Full Professor of Psychology (full-time)
A two part article about Dr. Birgit U. Stetina's work with virtual reality therapy has been published in the Vienna Review. Dr. Stetina is an expert in "Cyberpsychology" and is teaching classes in the subject at Webster Vienna. Besides her academic work, Birgit U. Stetina offers counseling, intervention and supervision in private practice and works as a forensic psychologist with criminal offenders and prisoners.
The article is written by Mag. Krista Rothschild.
Webster University in Vienna is searching a qualified psychology instructor for teaching undergraduate and graduate classes in the area of human development (e.g., Child Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, Lifespan Development, Psychology of Adulthood and Aging, Advanced Developmental Psychology) .