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Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions


Harry Segal

Clinical psychologist Harry Segal, a senior lecturer in psychology at Cornell and at Weill Cornell Medical College, supervises an intensive field practicum for pre-clinical students, teaches a course on community psychology, and gives the main lecture course on clinical psychology, Introduction to Adult Psychopathology. Segal also advises students on clinical careers and, as a faculty member at the medical school in New York City, supervise psychology interns and post-docs at the Paine Whitney Mood and Anxiety Disorders Clinic.

Harry holds a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Columbia University and two PhDs, one in English literature from Yale University and one in clinical psychology from the University of Michigan. His research interests include the uses of narrative in clinical assessment; adolescent psychopathology; lifespan development; connections between the creative and therapeutic processes; and psychodynamic approaches to literary texts.