Alumna Jean Millay, PhD '78 was Invited to Discuss Her New Book at the Foundation for Mind/Being Research05/04/2011
Saybrook graduate Jean Millay, PhD ('78) was invited to discuss her book -RADIANT MINDS: Scientists Explore the Dimensions of Consciousness - at the April 22nd meeting of the Foundation for Mind/Being Research. www.fmbr.org The book is an Anthology of the Parapsychology Research Group, with 55 authors participating. Jean's main topic involved the suggestion that there may be a 5th...
Alumnus Ken Bausch, PhD 1998, of the Institute for 21st Century Agoras Shares Four Announcements · Ken Bausch, PhD announces the Third International Facilitators Training School on the Structured Dialogic Design Process will be held July 25-27 in Nicosia, Cyprus. Click here to see the announcement: www.sddp-international.org · Ken taught a second annual online course...
Saybrook Almnus Kirk Schneider, PhD '84 Publishes The Great Awe-Wakening in the Tikkun Network Journal Click here to view: http://www.tikkun.org/nextgen/the-great-awe-wakening
Emotions have run high since United States president Barack Obama announced the death of Osama bin Laden.
“The head of the snake is gone,” said Rudi Dekkers, the owner of the flight school that trained the two terrorist pilots responsible for killing thousands in the World Trade Center towers.
Bin Laden’s death marks a turning point of nearly a decade of grief, anger, and insecurity for all effected by the tragedies of 9-11. The tragic events of that day will forever be present as a reminder and a threat of the destructive capacities of terrorism.
But always remembering must not mean we stay locked in the past: Amidst great pain and fear, issues of remorse, forgiveness, and rehumanization are beginning to surface in light of the gross human rights violations that followed September 11, 2001.
In the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, author Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela draws on experiences from the South African apartheid to remind us what remorse, forgiveness and rehumanization look like in the aftermath of gross human rights violations.
Saybrook at the APA Convention, Aug 4 - 7, 2011, Washington DC: Symposiums, Poster Sessions, Presentations, Honors05/03/2011
Saybrook at the APA Convention, Aug 4 - 7, 2011, Washington DC: Symposiums, Poster Sessions, Presentations, Honors This announcememt will be in a lead positon on the Alumni Messenger through August 7th, and will be an ongoing record of all Saybrook Community presentations at the DC APA Convention. Please provide: division information; presentation title; and dates, times, and locations...
Alumnus Glenn Perry, PhD '92 Releases a New Edition of the Astropsychology Newsletter http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs089/1101088043497/archive/1105193700362.html
Discounted CE (Sometimes Webcast) Credits Available for Saybrook MFTs from UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center05/03/2011
From Sophia Vu, UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center: Our seminars, which we hold several times a year, allow MFT participants to receive CE credits at a discount. Saybrook Alumni can type in the Dicsount Code PROSAY for 20% Off on all seminars. Many of our events are webcast live, which means your alumni can watch it from the comfort of their own homes or offices if they are not in...
Abstracts are invited for the 55th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences Hull University Business School, Hull, UK July 17-22, 2011 Theme: All together now – working across disciplines: People, principles and practice Important Dates April 30, 2011: The end of early, discounted registration. May 30, 2011: The deadline for full papers. Only ONE...
Alumnus Bart Billings, PhD '74 Shares Further Information About The International Military & Civilian Combat Stress Conference May 12th-15th in Pasadena, CA05/03/2011
The International Military & Civilian Combat Stress Conference is the leading conference on combat stress in the world. Taking place May 12th-15th in Pasadena, CA, the multi-disciplinary event brings civilian and military medical and mental health professionals from around the world together to share their clinical expertise. Alumnus Bart P Billings, PhD Conference Founder/Director For...
I don’t mean “what would you know” – I mean “what would the experience of life be like?” Are wise people different from the rest of us? How do they live?
That’s the question Pscyhologist Dolores Pushkar set out to answer in a recently published piece: “What Philosophers Say Compared with What Psychologists Find in Discerning Values: How Wise People Interpret Life”.
Pushkar, Etezadi, and Lyster acknowledge that there is no consensus on what defines wisdom, but they propose the following as being key aspects; knowledge, deep understanding of human nature, life contentment, empathy and the flexibility to see issues from others’ perspectives.