Saybrook Faculty and Students at the Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference

From February 28th to March 3rd, over 200 psychologists and students attended the 6th Annual Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA.  The conference theme was Community in Difference: Cultivating a Home for Love and Justice an in Indifferent World.  There were over 30 Saybrook students, faculty and alumni in attendance and presenting on many stimulating topics.

Dr. Louis Hoffman, and Clinical students Sivan Wilson, Heather Dawn, Marilyn Thomas-Franklin, Janelle Clark, and Tjuana Smylie presented together on "Multicultural Variations in the Experience and Expression of Authenticity: Implications for Therapy and Practice. It drew a crowd of over 50 attendees.

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