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Mindful Self-Compassion | 8-week Training Program Starts July 8, 2015

Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), an experiential 8-week training program based on the groundbreaking research of Kristin Neff and the clinical expertise of Christopher Germer, will be held at Antioch University New England. The program meets on Wednesday evenings beginning on July … Read More

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Dr. Gargi Roysircar-Sodowsky Receives Grant to Study Trauma and Resilience in Palestinian Children

Dr. Gargi Roysircar-Sodowsky has been selected as a recipient of the American Psychological Foundation’s 2015 Division 17 Counseling Psychology Grant. The award will be publicized in the APA Monitor on Psychology, and in APF’s newsletter. The APF grant is for … Read More

Dr. Roger Peterson named to APA Board of Educational Affairs Task Force

Congratulations to Roger Peterson, PhD, who has been named to the APA Board of Educational Affairs (BEA) Task Force on the Integration of Science and Practice in Health Service Psychology Training.  As stated on the APA website, “The task force … Read More

CP Alumna Elected to Board of MPA

Wendy Vincent, PsyD (Antioch, 2010) has been elected to the position of Treasurer for the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Psychological Association.  Congratulations, Wendy!  

Antioch To Be Represented at APA Annual Convention

Faculty member Lorraine Mangione, PhD, alumna Donna DiCello, PsyD (Antioch, 1996), and students Megan Lyons and Kate Evarts will be presenting at the following symposium at the American Psychological Association’s Annual Convention: Stereotypes and Real Life: Narratives of Father-Daughter Relationships … Read More

Dr. Colby Smith Retires | Scholarship Named in His Honor

Dr. Colborn (Colby) W. Smith (PhD), a core faculty member and professor in the Department of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University New England (AUNE), has retired after a 38-year career. Colby began his career at AUNE in 1977 and was … Read More

SERD/Disaster Shakti Donates to Nepali Organization

SERD/Disaster Shakti has donated $375.00 to the Little Sisters Fund of Kathmandu, Nepal, which was the full amount raised from their Nepal earthquake food and baked good sale earlier this month. We are grateful for SERD/Disaster Shakti’s various fundraising efforts … Read More

Alumna and American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology

Stephanie Towns, PsyD (Antioch, 2014) is acting as the student representative to the board of directors for the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology. She is a non-voting member of the board and her responsibilities are to attend the annual academy … Read More

George Tremblay Presents at Antioch’s Conservation Psychology Institute

George Tremblay, PhD, Department of Clinical Psychology faculty member, was among the featured faculty at Antioch’s recent Conservation Psychology Institute, which brought together participants from around the U.S. and beyond to examine research and techniques for promoting human and environmental … Read More

Kathi Borden Addresses NY Lawmakers

On June 15th, Dr. Kathi A. Borden, Professor and Chair of the Clinical Psychology Department, spoke to the Nassau County Legislature (NY) urging them to pass an amendment to specifically include gender identity and gender expression in their civil rights … Read More

International Visitors Convene with the Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience to Discuss Climate Change and Renewable Energy

Keene, NH—On Tuesday, June 16, 2015, members of Antioch University New England’s (AUNE) Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience hosted a group of eight international environmentalists and discussed climate change and renewable energy topics. AUNE representatives shared an overview … Read More

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