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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

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

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

Other News

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

Outstanding News About Our Integrated Care Practicum Grant

In mid-September, Dr. Sandy Blount received confirmation that our GPE (Graduate Psychology Education) funding from the federal Health Research and Services Administration will continue for two more years.  Over the course of the three-year grant period, we will put nearly … Read More

Children, Adolescents, and Therapy: Dr. Marti Straus Offers Help for Psychotherapists

Marti Straus, PhD is publishing her fifth book, Treating Traumatized Adolescents: Development, Attachment, and the Therapeutic Relationship. She is also contributing a chapter to a collection of essays by master therapists for a book entitled What to Do When Children … Read More

Dr. Colby Smith’s Values and Legacy Continue to Encourage Our Students

The department is pleased to announce that Lindsay Furlong-O’Hara (4th year PsyD student) is the 2016 recipient of the Colby Smith Scholarship. This award was created last year to honor Dr. Colby Smith, upon his retirement, for his many years … Read More

PsyD Graduate Carmela DeCandia Inspires Us All

The Horace Mann Awards Night, 2016, at the Keene Country Club, was a special one for the Department of Clinical Psychology as we honored Carmela DeCandia, PsyD, 1999, one of this year’s recipients of the Horace Mann 2016 Spirit of … Read More

Dr. Barb Andrews to Present on Best Practices for Online Supervision

Dr. Barb Andrews, Program Director of Antioch University New England’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, has been selected to present Best Practices for Online Supervision; Meeting the Demands and Exceeding the Expectations of Remote Supervision for the 2016 WACES conference … Read More

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

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

APA Conference Presenters

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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