Category: Alumni Messenger

Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Timothy Storlie (Ph.D. ’12) Publishes New Book


Timothy Storlie, Ph.D. ’12  Just published, The University Student’s Concise Guide on How to Major in Living Your Life (and have more fun, get better grades, stay healthy, and earn money while doing it). Click Here for the link.

Saybrook Faculty Member Dr. Stan Krippner to Present at the 20th Annual Combat Stress Conference Founded By Alumnus Dr. Bart Billings


The 20th Annual International Military & Civilian Combat Stress Conference Founded and directed by Saybrook Alumnus Col. (Ret.) Bart P. Billings, Ph.D. ’74  Pre-Conference Courses:  Wed.-Thur., May 2-3, 2012 Conference:  Friday-Sunday, May 4-6, 2012 Attend 1-5 Days & Earn 6-30 C.E. Hours DoubleTree Hotel  Los Angeles, California, USA For more infrormation Click Here  

Saybookian New Existentialists to present at the Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference March 29-April 1, 2012


There will be a number of presentations by various members the New Existentialists, including Saybrook faculty, alumnae/i, and students, at the 5th Annual Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, March 29-April 1, 2012   Click Here to see a complete listing.  

Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Bob Hieronimus (Ph.D. ’81) Releases New 21st Century Radio Newsletter


From The Hieronimus & Company   21st Century Newsletter: Healthy Life Series at Ruscombe Mansion founded in 1984  by Zohara Hieronimus Fruits and Vegetables Make You Sexy? Find out why at the April 5th Healthy Life Series at Ruscombe. On April 5th at 7:30 PM we will “Tweak Your Self Care”.  What are Ruscombe’s favorite wellness… Read more »

Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Ken Bausch (Ph.D. ’98) Releases New Publication Body Wisdom in Dialogue: Rediscovering the Voice of the Goddess


Ken Bausch has co-authored the just published Body Wisdom in Dialogue: Rediscovering the Voice of the Goddess. Body Wisdom in Dialogue Did you ever stop to consider how magical, mystical, and genuinely spiritual the practice of dialogue can be? Not debate, of course. Debate is a win-lose contest, and it draws circles around winners and… Read more »

Hazing Awareness Scholarship Now Available to All Students

Now, any student may apply for the Hazing Awareness Scholarship. Next deadline is March 6, 2012. Due to more recent CNN hazing news at ANY Student may now apply for the March 6, 2012 deadline so if you have not already done so please post or apply now for the Hazing Awareness Scholarship. Details… Read more »

Saybrook Alumna Dr. Lezlie Kinyon’s (Ph.D. ’06) Poem Set to Music and to be Included on Harper Diana Rowan’s CD


Saybrook Alumna and Homepage newsletter editor, Lezlie Kinyon, to be honored in another field! Harper Diana Rowan will include Lezlie’s poem Calypso on her new CD (currently being recorded in Bulgaria, with traditional musicians). From Lezlie: Diana Rowan is amazing! Her site is I cannot tell you how honored & really thrilled I am about this!… Read more »

Saybrook Alumnus and First Saybrook Graduate Dr. Bart Billiings (Ph.D. ’74) Announces Speaker Positions for 20th Annual International Military and Civilian Combat Stress Conference


Dear Saybrook Community Member: Click Here to see the flyer for the 2012 Combat Stress Conference. We  have openings for presenters. Page two of the flyer allows speakers to indicate their first and second choice (in terms of day and time) for when they wish to speak. At this moment we have room for three six-hour… Read more »

Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Michael Mayer (Ph.D. ’77) Presents Two Spring Workshops


Dr. Michael Mayer Presents: Integral Living in an Uncertain World March 24 Orinda, CA. This weekend workshop will give you tools for dealing with troubled times. I’ll be giving a preview of material from my upcoming book, and I’ll be doing this workshop with a talented colleague and neuropsychologist, Dr. Jim Bramson. 10-4 PM  Orinda,… Read more »