Feature Story Headline

Once Upon a

Next Arrow

3 Picture Sub Stories

Our Silenced Soldiers

When one in four confirm they’ve experienced sexual trauma in the military, how can mental health professionals help? ...
Read More

Our Silenced Soldiers

Even when they’re wrong, they’re right.

Faculty Dr. Linda Riebel discusses why we must understand the dangers of the "self-sealing doctrine" in religion and politics ...
Read More

Rather be certain than right?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. agreed with psychologists that “maladjustment” should be followed daily.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., preached that we must be maladjusted to bigotry and racism. What does that mean today? ...
Read More

Justifiably Maladjusted

Our Mission


To explore the connections we share and the world within our reach.

From Our Blog Layout

From Our Blog

Saybrook student, veteran receives donation to positively impact veterans’ lives

Richard Hutchinson, Saybrook Ph.D. candidate, received a donation to give veterans access to guitars and music lessons, offering them support and community. Recently, U.S. Bank presented Saybrook University student and veteran Richard Hutchinson with a $10,000 donation supporting the Guitars For Vets program. With this money, the organization, based in Cincinnati, will be able to support between 50 and 75 veterans. Hutchinson is a Ph.D. candidate in Saybrook’s Managing Organizational Systems program. His research focuses on the ability of nonprofit organizations to meet the immediate concerns of communities. He is also a veteran, having served 18 years on active duty