Antioch University Santa Barbara Mourns Michelle Falvey

Michelle-FalveyThe entire Antioch community mourns the sudden passing of Michelle Falvey on September 14th after a rigorous 6-week battle with aggressive cancer.

For many years, Michelle served as a valued instructor in the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program while also giving back to the community through her work at the Council on Drug Abuse, Domestic Violence Solutions, and other community organizations where she pursued her passion for helping others. 

Michelle made a significant contribution to the Clinical Psychology program and was much appreciated by students, colleagues, and all of those whose lives she touched.

She will be very much missed – our hearts and deepest condolences go out to her beloved partner, family, and dear friends.

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