Susan Tyburczy, PhD '08 Presents Workshop, Spatial Experience in Dreams at the Center for Remembering & Sharing, NY, NY03/07/2011
Spatial Experience in Dreams, Dr. Susan Tyburczy, Sunday, April 3 @ 3 p.m. This is the next IASD-NYC event, and we'll be back at the Center for Remembering & Sharing (CRS)123 4th Avenue, 2nd FL. (off Union Square). The focus will be an exploration of the space of the unconscious mind while dreaming, as reported to Susan by 28 dreamers in a research study that she conducted in fulfillment...
A Request for Papers from 4th International Congress on Image and Signal Processing (CISP 2011) and the 4th International Conference on BioMedical Engineering and Informatics03/07/2011
We cordially invite you to submit a paper to the upcoming 4th International Congress on Image and Signal Processing (CISP 2011) and the 4th International Conference on BioMedical Engineering and Informatics (BMEI 2011), to be jointly held from 15-17 October 2011, in Shanghai, China. Topics of the BMEI 2011 Special Track on Informatics include (but are not limited to): Communications and...
HOMEPAGE Editor, Alumna Lezlie Kinyon, Ph.D. '06 returned from So. America Feb. 4 - slightly worse for wear, but happy. See photos here: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2108806&id=1309881889&l=c618bc28c5 -- Lezlie Kinyon, Ph.D., Editor Saybrook Alumni HOMEPAGE Newslette- Graduate College of Psychology and Humanistic Studies www.saybrook.edu/phs/alumni and Coreopsis, A Journal of...
Ken Bradford, PhD '89 to Present on the Spontaneous Play of Nondual Awareness at Science and Nonduality Conference in San Rafael, CA03/07/2011
Ken Bradford, PhD '89 to Present Arising and Dissolving: Spontaneous Play of Nondual Awareness Science and Nonduality Conference October 19-23, 2011 Embassy Suites and Marin Center San Rafael, California http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/program_schedule.shtml This is an interesting conference for those of you interested in the progress of inquiry into bridging spirituality, natural science...
Myrna Araneta, PhD '09 OS Releases New Book entitled: Inspiring Lives: Personal Stories of Sustained Transformation http://www2.xlibris.com/books/webimages/wd/85412/ Also available at Amazon.com. Myrna Araneta, Ph.D. AConsultingGrp.com Tel. 702-227-5718 http://www.linkedin.com/in/myrnaaranetaphd
Carl M. Hild, PhD ’07 Organizational Systems – Received a National Library Of Medicine Award for 2010-2011 to continue the work he has been conducting in partnership with the Inupiaq traditional healers in northwestern Alaska. The community-based project is collecting insights from regional elders on how they would like to assure that future generations have the traditional cultural...
Elisabeth Tice, PhD '00 was recently promoted to President and CEO of Ashford University. Elizabeth T. Tice, Ph.D President and CEO Ashford University -------------------------- 858.513.9240 ext: 2238 phone 858.668.3681 fax -------------------------- email@example.com www.ashford.edu Higher education made affordable.
Last month, the American Psychological Association (APA) approved the release of the publication, Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients. It’s an essential publication, for psychologists and laymen a like, in order to empathically relate and ethically care for all people with equality—and according to their needs.
The guidelines were written with an emphasis on what was declared by the APA’s 1975 resolution stating, “Homosexuality per se implies no impairment in judgment, stability, reliability, or general social or vocational capabilities.” Since that time, the APA has been a staunch supporter of the “mentally healthy” aspects of same-sex attraction. In sum, the guidelines speak to the rationale and application of twenty one specific guiding principles for psychological practice with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients.
Chances are you or someone in your family is in a committed same-sex relationship. And--likely, they want equality and proper care. The recent census reports 1.2 million gay couples living together in the United States; roughly between 3-5 percent of the total population reporting an LGBTQQI orientation. (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Queer, Questioning and Intersex)
It recent years, academia, professional organizations and social service agencies have caught on. Rightfully so: Discrimination based on ethnicity or gender is a no-no — sexual orientation is no different. Psychology, specifically psychotherapeutic practice, has made huge growth. These new guidelines are part of that progress.
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The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations (UNESCO) released the 2011 Education for All Global Monitoring Report on Monday that gives some discouraging news about the children that are living in our war torn nations.
In a press release issued March 1, 2011, UNESCO states that armed conflict is robbing 28 million children of education.
Living in a conflict area puts millions of children at risk of sexual violence, human rights abuses and targeted attacks on schools. These armed conflicts are not only destroying the educational infrastructure but the social structure that sustains the school and educational system. Teachers often flee the country during war time.
Violent conflicts reinforces inequities that are already rooted in a country, wars push those on the edges further out, depriving them of the needed basic resources and a tool to help them overcome disparities – and a resource that is almost always overlooked for refugees is education.