Jan Drucker

Director, Child Development Institute’s Empowering Teachers Program

BA, Radcliffe College. PhD, New York University. Clinical and developmental psychologist with teaching and research interests in the areas of developmental and educational theory, child development, parent guidance, clinical assessment and therapy with children and adolescents, and the development of imaginative play and other symbolic processes in early childhood and their impact on later development. Professional writings have centered on various forms of early symbolization in development and in clinical work with children. SLC, 1972–

Courses taught in Psychology

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Pathways of Development: Psychopathology and Other Challenges to the Developmental Process
  • Personality Development
  • Telling One’s Story: Narratives of Development and Life Experience
  • The Developing Child: Perspectives from Experience, Observation, and Theory
2012-2013
  • First-Year Studies: The Developing Child: Perspectives from Experience, Observation, and Theory
  • Pathways of Development: Psychopathology and Other Challenges to the Developmental Process
  • Personality Development
2011-2012
  • Pathways of Development: Psychopathology and Other Challenges to the Developmental Process
  • Personality Development

Courses taught in Child Development Program

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Pathways of Development: Psychopathology and Other Challenges to the Developmental Process
  • Personality Development - Graduate

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