The faculty of the Department of Clinical Psychology have offered their expertise and services to PsyD alumni in the workplace. It is a great opportunity for faculty to reconnect with alumni and to visit all the diverse worksites where our alumni engage in a wide range of psychological practice. For the worksites, it is a way to connect to Antioch and to take advantage of the wealth of training and education that our Department can do.
The following is a partial listing of workshops, presentations, and trainings that our faculty have done recently.
- Presentation to staff of a women’s prison on the Connecticut shore – “Personalities in the Workplace”
- Presentation on clinical supervision for interns and psychologists at a Veterans Administration
- Presentations to alumni and the staff members of a western Massachusetts hospital outpatient mental health services and a large state university counseling center – “Making Every Session Count”
- Presentation to a New Hampshire university’s counseling center – “Social Justice and International Psychology”
- Presentation at Boston-area mental health agency – “Bruce Springsteen’s Songs of the Disenfranchised: Driving the Long Road from Despair to Hope”
- Presentation at community mental health clinic – “Giving Difficult Feedback in Supervision”
- Presentation to the Harvard Medical Vanguard Group in Boston, MA – “Clinical Hypnosis: Myths, Perspectives, and Medical Applications”
- Presentation to a state board of psychology – “Competencies and Licensing”
- Workshop for a Boston-area behavioral health services clinic where an alumna is clinical director – “Culturally Sensitive Treatment and its Implications for Evidence Based Practice.”
- Two-day workshop, which will include experiential and process activities and a , cultural competence survey with the staff for a Boston-area clinic, where an alumna is the clinical director – “Talking about Race and Feeling Safe”
- Presentation for community clinic where an alumna is the clinical director – “Multicultural Competence in Case Conceptualization and Treatment”
- Presentation for the alumni on clinical staff and their interns at a Maine university’s counseling services center – “Countertransference and Supervision”
- Presentation to University Counseling Services at Boston College – “Attachment Relationships in Emerging Adulthood”