Faculty

Margaret Laracy

Adjunct Professor of Psychology
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RESEARCH AREAS

• Psychoanalysis
• The Relationship between Christian Anthropology and Modern Psychology
• Religious, Spiritual, and Existential Issues in Psychotherapy

Margaret Laracy

Adjunct Professor of Psychology

Education

Psy.D., Institute for the Psychological Sciences
M.S., Institute for the Psychological Sciences
B.A., University of Notre Dame

Bio

Dr. Margaret Laracy is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Maryland. Her clinical experience prior to starting Laracy Psychotherapy, LLC includes work in community-based, hospital, and group practice settings. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, she is also completing advanced training in psychoanalysis through the Contemporary Freudian Society. Dr. Laracy has taught at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences and Mount St. Mary’s Seminary, and she has lectured and presented to professional and lay audiences on topics such as: attachment theory, religious and spiritual issues in psychotherapy, beauty and psychological healing, and gender differences in communication. She has also given workshops for marital preparation and enrichment.

Courses

JPI 605/839

Issues in Psychological and Neurological Science: Gender, Marriage and Family

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