"Saybrook gave me the skills to conduct research on my own, in a way that will be recognized as rigorous. I also met the best life-long friends. Even though were in completely different areas of the world, we're still supporting each other."
"What I like about Saybrook is that the're open to exploring, and that they encourage their students to be leaders and pioneers in the field: to do something that can really contribute. A lot of traditional programs are afraid to touch that."
For those who are interested in taking a humanistic approach to psychology, studying people as people rather than as neurochemicals, reflexes, and synapses, Hoffman says there’s probably no better place than Saybrook.