Dr. Linda Riebel
The Saybrook Alumni Association is excited to announce that Saybook University Psychology Alumna Dr. Linda Riebel (Ph.D. 1981) recently received two publication awards. Her book on sustainability and food, The Green Foodprint: Food Choices for Healthy People and a Healthy Planet (2011, Print and Pixel Books) was a finalist in two categories for the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. She also won her category for the white paper, Endangered Species: Policy Recommendations (2012, commissioned by Animals and Society Institute) in the Green Book Festival.
Dr. Riebel has been an adjunct faculty member at Saybrook University since 1993; was a licensed psychologist in private practice in Berkeley and San Francisco, CA from 1982 to 2007; and was the Associate Director of the Bay Area Depression and Anxiety Treatment Center from 1994 to 2007. She is an experienced educator, writer, psychologist, and speaker, with specializations in environmental work and ecological psychology.
Dr. Riebel's doctoral dissertation was chaired by one of Humanistic Psychology's early founders, James F.T. Bugental, and was titled, The Concept of Paradox as a Construct in Psychotherapy. Other committee members were two noted humanists, Rollo May and Richard Farson.
Some of Linda's many publications are:
2012. Endangered Species: Policy Recommendations. White paper commissioned by Animals and Society Institute
2011. The Green Foodprint: Food Choices for Healthy People and Planet. Lafayette, CA: Print and Pixel Books
Dr. Riebel invites you to her Book Launch Party in Layayette, CA on Sunday, July 22.