Eric Affsprung, assistant professor, psychological counselor

Eric Affsprung, assistant professor, psychological counselor

Eric Affsprung eaffspru@bloomu.edu | 240 Warren Student Services Center | (570) 389-4255

Eric Affsprung, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist who has worked with students as a college counselor for many years. His dissertation concerned young men's attitudes toward seeking help from a college counseling center. He is particularly interested in college counseling centers, college student development, personality and personality disorders, and the integration of psychodynamic and cognitive psychotherapy.

Other interests include male psychological development, the interface of psychology and religion and the life of Sigmund Freud and turn-of-the century Vienna.

After leaving Penn, Affsprung worked for 14 years in the counseling center at Bucknell University, where he was the associate director and was also in charge of recruiting, training and supervising graduate student counselors. He has been at Bloomsburg University for more than two years as an assistant professor and psychological counselor.

Office Hours

    Wednesday and Thursday, 10 to 11a.m.
    Friday, 10 a.m. to 1p.m.
    or by appointment — (570) 389-4255

Education

  • Ph.D., Counseling Psychology (University of Pennsylvania)
  • M.S.Ed. Psychological Services (University of Pennsylvania)
  • B.A. History (University of Oklahoma)

Courses Taught

Counseling Theories