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Summer 2016 Syllabus for PSYC-D014.62Z
PSYC-D014.62Z - Linda Hurkmans
Call Number: 02161
Term: Fall 2012
4 units
Interaction of the physical, social, gender role, cognitive and personality development across the life span.
Instructor Information: Linda Hurkmans
Linda Hurkmans, M.A., has been an instructor in the De Anza College Psychology Dept. since 2000, and regularly teaches courses in General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and the Psychology of Women. She is currently an Interim Full-time instructor in the Psychology Department at Mission College. She has also taught at Stanford University, Santa Clara University, and at West Valley College. She holds a Bachelor's in Fine Arts, Cum Laude, in Ballet from the University of Utah and a Master's degree in Psychology, with an Emphasis in Chemical Dependency from the University of Notre Dame. She has worked as a therapist, psycho-educational instructor, clinical supervisor, and administrator at various non-profit agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area, such as the Daystar Foster Care Agency, and the Family and Children Services. She was the Director of Rehabilitation Services for The Salvation Army in San Jose, a 6-month residential program for 90 patients recovering from addiction. She oversaw paid staff and graduate level clinical interns and Certified Drug and Alcohol Counseling interns, as well as interfacing with the criminal justice system, social services, and mental health services. Prof. Hurkmans is an interim fulltime professor at Mission College. For the Abnormal Psychology course, Ms. Hurkmans enjoys working with students and sharing her knowledge of assessment, diagnosis, and effective treatment of mental disorders.

Phone: (408) 864-8770 Email is PREFERRED.
Office Location: DLC
Office Hours: Office hours online via email throughout the term, on campus by appt. only.

Online Education
Building: MLC 210

Phone: 408.864.8969
M-Th: 9:00a-5:00p
F: 9:00a-4:00p


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