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Honoring One of Our Own: A Tribute to Melanie Merola O’Donnell

The threatening rainstorms did not put a damper on The Melanie Foundation Memorial Race, called the Saratoga Palio, nor on the spirit and tenacity of the runners from the Antioch group who participated. Clinical Psychology Department Chair George Tremblay was … Read More

New Possibilities for Psychologists

Hospice and palliative care are extremely important parts of our health care system and psychologists have not traditionally played a big role in these areas.  At the Hospice & Palliative Care Federation of Massachusetts annual conference, in Norwood, MA, on … Read More

Tim Desmond, LMFT, appointed Distinguished Faculty

  Melinda Treadwell, AUNE Provost, has made the Honorary Faculty appointment of Tim Desmond as Distinguished Faculty in The Institute on Wellness for Helping Professionals, Department of Applied Psychology.  This appointment recognizes Tim’s record of outstanding professional service, scholarship and … Read More

Relationship in Psychotherapy: Dr. Jeremy Safran Comes to Antioch

An overflow crowd of students, faculty, and alumni gathered to hear Dr. Jeremy Safran give his talk on Mindfulness, Enactment, and Affect Regulation at the second Roger Peterson Distinguished Speakers Series on October 3rd at Antioch New England.  Dr. Safran … Read More

BHI Delivers Symposium at American Evaluation Association Meeting

Antioch’s Center for Behavioral Health Innovation delivers a Symposium at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, in Atlanta.  BHI staff Johanna Wilson-White, John Erdmann, Megan Edwards, Jim Fauth, and George Tremblay all presented papers as part of a … Read More

Roger Peterson to Speak at NCSPP

Roger Peterson, Ph.D., Professor and Distinguished Senior Scholar, has been invited to be on the keynote panel for the Annual meeting of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology.  He will speak on: “NCSPP and the Practitioner-Scholar Model: … Read More

PsyD Program Well Represented at New England Psychological Association Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the New England Psychological Association was held October 14 & 15 at Assumption College in Worcester, MA.  A current faculty member (and graduate of our program) as well as a number of PsyD students presented at … Read More

Community Initiative Launched to Encourage Voter Participation in the Monadnock Region

In honor of Jonathan Daniels, and in response to a dialogue at a community forum, local organizations, individuals, and youth have come together to create and install ten banners on Main Street, featuring images of Jonathan Daniels and quotes from … Read More

Suicide Prevention: What More Can We Be Doing

Treatment accessibility, timely emergency services, and effective suicide prevention programs–these are all issues that most psychologists have encountered in their practice whether at a community clinic, hospital, medical setting, school, or private practice.  One of our graduates, Dr. Steve Broer … Read More

Faculty and Students Collaborate on Behavioral Health Integration Research and Practice

Dr. Sandy Blount was the first author, along with Dr. Jim Fauth, Dr. Anne Nordstrom, Evaluation Coordinator, Center for Behavioral Health Innovation, and 3rd year PsyD student Sarah Pearson, of a statewide study of the primary care behavioral health workforce … Read More

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