Category: Alumni Messenger

Alumna Dassie Hoffman, PhD ’02 to Teach ‘Voice Dialogue for Mental Health Professionals’ in NY

Dr. Hoffman will be teaching, Voice Dialogue for Mental Heath Professionals at The New York Open Center during the spring of 2010. The course offers CEC’s from three professional organizations, beginning with Association of Humanistic Psychology, National Association of Social Workers, and the International Federation of Coaches. It will be taught in 5 week-end segments,… Read more »

Alumnus Roland Carlstedt, Ph.D. ’01 publishes handbook on Integrative Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry, and Behavioral Medicine

Alumnus Roland Carlstedt, PhD ’01 Publishes Handbook of Integrative Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine: Perspectives, Practices and Research Dr. Carlstedt also contributed three chapters, and Saybrook Alumna Dr. Denise Fortino authored chapter 11. This handbook is a comprehensive work, with 31 chapters, and 73 contributors and research groups, from 15 countries. “This is the… Read more »

Alumnus Richard Oelberger, Ph.D. ’06 publishes book on Kabbalah

Alumnus Richard Oelberger Published Qualitative Kabbalah: The Value of Living a Spiritual System Available at Amazon According to Richard, Qualitative kabbalah is dedicated to the incorporation of health and healing, spiritual psychology, and the practical aspects of the mythical study of kabbalah. It offers a comparative perspective on the utilization of spiritual techniques and applications… Read more »

East coasting with Alison and Ed: Saybrook’s Board of Trustees Chair and the VP of Institutional Advancement connect with right coast alumni

Saybrook University Board Chair, Alison Bonds Shapiro, and the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Ed Patuto, recently completed a trip to five East Coast cites: Richmond, Virginia; Washington, D.C.; New York; and Norwalk and Westport, Connecticut. The goal of this trip was to connect with alumni in the area and to promote Saybrook’s new College… Read more »

Alumnus Larry Honig, Ph.D. ’07 works on proposal to study the quantitative and qualitative effects of meditation and neurofeedback

Alumnus Larry Honig, PhD ’07 completed his Post-Doctoral Residency in Counseling and Consulting Services in Tucson, AZ, and received his Psychology License in April of ‘09. Larry is developing a private practice in psychotherapy and Low Energy Neurofeedback (LENS); works part-time at Sierra Tucson doing psychological and neuropsychological testing; and does LENS at Mindworks Studio,… Read more »

Alumna Jacqueline Wilcoxson, Ph.D. ’05, co-advisor for concert to benefit needy children in Brazil

Inspired 4 Change and the National Society for Leadership are planning a concert/fundraiser in Southern CA to aid students who will be going to Brazil to help the community of needy children. Click here for more info: You can help by attending the concert or sending a donation. Tickets: Adults $7; children 12 and… Read more »

Tenure-track faculty positions open at University of West Georgia’s Humanistic Psychology Department

The Department of Psychology at the University of West Georgia announces at least one tenure-track faculty position to commence Fall 2010. The department houses dynamic undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degree programs, and engages an integrative approach with roots in humanistic, existential/phenomenological, transpersonal, depth, critical, and feminist psychologies. We emphasize human science and other qualitative research… Read more »

AHIMSA & The IWR’s Fourth Bade Conference

SAVE THE DATE: November 7, 2009 AHIMSA & The IWR’s Fourth Bade Conference On the Human Capacity for Peace Local Actions for Global Transformation: The Power of the Human Spirit Saturday, November 7, 2009 10:00 am to 4:30 pm Bade Museum Located on the Campus of the Pacific School of Religion 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley,… Read more »