Carmela DeCandia, PsyD and Child Homelessness

Carmela DeCandia, PsyD (Antioch, 1999), director of the National Center on Family Homelessness, was recently noted in an AP article on child homelessness.  Dr. DeCandia was co-author of “America’s Youngest Outcasts”, a report issued this month by her agency.  While at Antioch, Dr. DeCandia was noted for her strong interest in advocacy which has grown over the years.  She has returned to Antioch to speak about her work in this area with our students.

Coltan Schoenike- Antioch Voices

Trans Visibility, Now More Important (And Costly) Than Ever

Y’all… I’m so tired. In previous years, International Transgender Day of Visibility has been a joyous and proud occasion for me. My gender identity, as I now see it, has been my truth for nearly a decade, and my deliberate decision to live openly and honor that identity in my expression followed shortly after.

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Photos of Mariaimeé Gonzalez and Devona Stalnaker-Shofner.

Two Antioch Faculty Elected President of Regional Counseling Associations

This July, two Antioch faculty will step forward to assume the presidencies of two out of the five regional counseling associations in the U.S. Mariaimeé Gonzalez, Chair of the MA in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Antioch Seattle, has assumed the presidency of the Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.

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