Category: Alumni Messenger


A Journey to the Self in Assisi with Saybrook University Alumna Dr. Phyllis Clay

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Phyllis Clay Saybrook University Psychology Alumna, and founder and executive director of Synthesis International, Inc.  Dr. Phyllis Clay (Ph.D. 2011) will be offering a 4-day Journey to the Self at Casa Maria Immacolata in Assisi, Italy. Dr. Clay, a psychosynthesis guide and teacher, has also apprenticed with Don Oscar Miro Quesada, Peruvian curandero and master ceremonialist. Phyllis graduated from… Read more »

Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Steven Kull Releases Results of New Public Opinion Study

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Saybrook University Psychology Alumnus and Director of The Program for Public Consultation Dr. Steven Kull releases results of a new study in a public presentation, What Kind of Defense Budget Would the American Public Make? Thursday, May 10, 2012                                  … Read more »

Saybrook Human Science Alumna Dr. K. Kevyne Baar Awarded New York University Outstanding Teaching Award

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Saybrook University and the Saybrook Alumni Association are pleased to announce that Saybrook Human Science Alumna Dr. K. Kevyne Baar was awarded the New York University College of Arts and Science (CAS) Outstanding Teaching Award. The Dean wrote, “I am delighted to be able to congratulate you on winning [this award] in recognition of your… Read more »

Saybrook Alumna Myrna Araneta Honored with Award of Distinction

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Saybrook University and the Saybrook Alumni Association are pleased to announce that Organizational Systems Alumna Dr. Myrna Araneta was awarded the 14th Annual Women of Distinction Award in Education by the Southern Nevada Division of The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). Founded in 1975, NAWBO is known as the voice of America’s 10.6… Read more »

Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Daniel Pitchford (Ph.D. ’09) and Alumna Dr. Jeannine Davies (Ph.D. ’10) Publish Book w/Dr. Stan Krippner

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Biographies of Disease: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder by Dr. Stan Krippner, Dr. Daniel Pitchford (Ph.D. ’09), and Dr. Jeannine Davies (Ph.D. ’10) From Amazon.com: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a comprehensive and thoughtful examination of the nature, causes, and treatment of PTSD. Drawing on the vast experience of its team of authors, the book details the insidious… Read more »

Los Angeles Times Article References Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Bart Billings’ (Ph.D. ’74)

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Bart Billings, Ph.D. ’74    Saybrook University A fog of drugs and war    By Kim Murphy, Los Angeles Times More than 110,000 active-duty Army troops last year took antidepressants, sedatives, and other prescription medications. Some see a link to aberrant behavior. In a drunk driving and auto theft case last year, Air Force pilot Patrick Burke… Read more »

Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Robert E. McCarthy (Ph.D. ’03) Appointed to Serve on American Association of Integrative Medicine Accreditation Commission

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Saybrook University and the Saybrook Alumni Association are pleased to announce that Saybrook Psychology Alumnus Dr. Robert McCarthy was recently appointed to serve on the American Association of Integrative Medicine Accreditation Commission. The American Association of Integrative Medicine Accreditation Commission is an interdsiciplinary Board of integrative healthcare professionals that accredit other educational and clinical programs… Read more »

Announcing The 2nd Annual Conference on Earth-Based, Nature-Centered, Polytheistic & Indigenous Faiths September 8, 2012, SF, CA

The 2nd Annual Conference on Earth-Based, Nature-Centered, Polytheistic & Indigenous Faiths Date: Saturday, September 8, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM (PT) Location: 1187 Franklin St San Francisco (1st UU Church of SF) Papers, presentations, & workshop queries: johanna_at_anismconference.eventbrite.com Some scholarships are available. A ritual theatre group has applied to create a labyrinth on… Read more »

Applications Now Being Accepted for New Certificate Program in Existential-Humanistic Therapy!

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The Existential Humanistic Institute (EHI) is pleased to announce a new and unprecedented program leading to a Certificate in the Foundations of Existential-Humanistic Practice. This certificate program, a combination of distance and residential learning, will provide students with: a foundational competency in E-H therapeutic principles and skills—a competency that researcher Bruce Wampold suggests could be… Read more »