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A Very Special Vermont Afternoon

Antioch alumni, current students, faculty, field supervisors, our head of development, and even a 6-month-old future Antiochian gathered near Burlington, Vermont, at the home of Cricket (PsyD, 2013) and John Braun, our very gracious hosts, for a beautiful afternoon of … Read More

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CMHC Program awarded $283k grant to help fight NH opiate epidemic.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program:  The Applied Psychology Department learned that the CMHC program was awarded the Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Grant (through the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES) for $283,306. The CMHC Program was 1 … Read More

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SERD Symposium Presenters Win APA Award for Syrian Refugees Program at the 2016 APA Conference

Clinical Psychology students and faculty recently presented at the 2016 APA Conference in Denver. Students Lauren Weisberg, Chad Lazzari, and Sarajane Rodgers, and Dr. Gargi Roysicar, Professor of Clinical Psychology and Director of the Multicultural Center, gave their respective presentations … Read More

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MFT Program partners with County for Systems of Care Grant

The Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently announced awards of the Systems of Care grants and Antioch’s Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program is a key partner in the Cheshire County award.  The project will implement … Read More

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Melinda Treadwell, PhD Named Provost of Antioch University New England

Antioch University is proud to announce that it has named Dr. Melinda Treadwell as provost of Antioch University New England. Antioch University has recently transitioned its vice-president positions to an expanded leadership role of Provost. The change comes as part … Read More

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Behavioral Health Integration: Why We Need It Now and How To Get There

Dr. Sandy Blount was interviewed for an article in the APA Monitor on psychologists and primary care integration.  Dr. Blount is one of the pioneers in this field, and he has been working with other faculty to create our own … Read More

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Antioch’s Center for Behavioral Health Innovation Extending Work Through Two Newly Funded Projects

The federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently announced the recipients of four-year grants under its Systems of Care Expansion funding program. Antioch’s Center for Behavioral Health Innovation (BHI) was a partner in two of the awarded … Read More

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Loss and Grief in a Spiritual Context

An article entitled Spirituality and Religion in Experiences of Italian American Daughters Grieving Their Fathers by Lorraine Mangione, Ph.D., Megan Lyons, M.S., and Donna DiCello, Psy.D. has just been published in the August issue of Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, … Read More

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Dr. Shoshana Fagen to Serve as Advocacy Committee Co-Chair of MPA

Shoshana Fagen, PsyD (Antioch 2012) has agreed to serve as Advocacy Committee Co-chair of the Massachusetts Psychological Association (MPA).  As the MPA announcement states:   Shoshana became interested in advocacy while participating in mental health crisis work. There she encountered … Read More

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Dr. Roysircar and Students Present on Issues of International Populations, Disaster Work, and Social Justice at APA Convention

Gargi Roysircar, EdD, and some current PsyD students will be presenting at the American Psychological Association annual convention in Denver this August. Dr. Roysircar has participated in mental health counseling in earthquake-destroyed Haiti, tsunami-affected fishing communities in Southern India, Hurricanes … Read More

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