Tag: University News & Events


Saybrook University names full professors

Appointments Recognize an Extraordinary Legacy of Accomplishment and Contribution to a Broad Range of Disciplines     Mark Schulman, president of Saybrook University, announced this month the appointment of twelve faculty members to the rank of full professor. These appointments represent the first time that Saybrook University has chosen to bestow this rank, and recognizes… Read more »

Time to RSVP for Saybrook University’s Inaugural Festivities

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Saybrook University’s 40th anniversary year will officially begin with the inauguration of Saybrook President Mark Schulman on Friday, January 14, 2011. All Saybrook students, faculty, staff,trustees,  and alumni are invited to the inaugural ceremony, the luncheon immediately following, and the academic colloquium. . Please let us know as soon as possible if you plan to… Read more »

Saybrook introduces certificate program in Existential-Humanistic therapy

Saybrook University was founded on the premise that the human element is crucial to human interactions … like therapy.  The therapeutic encounter is at its best when the therapist and patient have a strong and vital connection, and weakest when it reduces the patient’s humanity to a check-list of symptoms.  Mainstream therapy may finally be… Read more »

LIOS alumna directs documentary on gender roles in suburbia

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Put This On The (Map) is a new documentary training film that features 26 young people from East King County re-teaching traditional notions of gender and sexuality. The film was co-produced/directed by Megan Kennedy (LIOS 2004) and Sid Jordan Peterson (University of Victoria – 2004). Kennedy is the Outreach Supervisor at Youth Eastside Services where… Read more »

Save the date – and join us for President Schulamn’s inauguration

Saybrook University’s 40th anniversary year will officially begin with the inauguration of Saybrook President Mark Schulman on Friday, January 14, 2011. All members of the Saybrook community are invited, and will receive an electronic invitation with additional information later this monthThe ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. at the Bentley Reserve (and be followed by… Read more »

Center for Mind-Body Medicine offers training discounts to members of the Saybrook community

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C., Saybrook University’s partner institution in its groundbreaking Graduate College of Mind-Body Medicine, is offering discounts on its Mind-Body Medicine Professional Training Program this October to members of the Saybrook Community. Utilizing a small group approach, this five day program will focus on the scientific basis for mind-body… Read more »

David Elkins named Director of Saybrook’s PsyD program

Saybrook’s Graduate College of Psychology and Humanistic Studies is pleased to announce that David Elkins has been appointed director of the PsyD program. A licensed clinical psychologist who taught at Pepperdine University for 25 years, Elkins has worked hospital, community health, and private practice settings, and was the Director of the Humanistic Psychology Center in… Read more »

Saybrook University at the APA

Members of the Saybrook community took to the American Psychological Association’s annual convention this year, presenting papers on topics ranging from the acculturation of Muslim Americans to the creative process in visual arts.  Held August 12 – 15 in San Diego, many presentations were also attended and tweeted by members of the Saybrook Alumni Association…. Read more »

Art with impact

After a two year hiatus, Saybrook is thrilled to announce the return of its certificate in Expressive Arts for Healing and Social Change, taught by a group of renowned experts including Natalie Rogers, a member of Saybrook’s Distinguished Consulting Faculty, who created the program. Developed by Rogers out of the person-centered approach pioneered by her… Read more »