Tag: Students


Saybrook University: Be Ready for Change

Recently, we asked several of our students, alumni, and faculty what Saybrook University means to them. Their answers were striking. What quickly emerged from our conversations was that Saybrook was an experience more than an education. Everyone we spoke to pointed to the transformation that they experienced at Saybrook University, and how that transformation has… Read more »

Saybrook Represented at the 2012 International Studies Association Annual Convention

Transformative Social Change MA graduate, Angel Ryono, and current Human Science doctoral candidate Rebecca Joy Norlander are each featured on panels at this year’s ISA conference, being held in San Diego from April 1st – 4th. The theme of this year’s convention is Power, Principles and Participation in the Global Information Age. Ms. Ryono will… Read more »

Saybrook student Geoffrey Thompson publishes chapter in “Mental Illnesses – Evaluation, Treatments and Implications”

The Vitality of Fragmentation: Desublimation and the Symbolic Order By Geoffrey Thompson This chapter will focus on theoretical, clinical and personal challenges surrounding my work as an art therapist in an adult outpatient service of a psychiatric hospital. The evolution of my thinking pervades my clinical work with the client discussed in the vignette, as… Read more »