E.Dali is a social enterprise consultant. Her interests include West African dancing, kite-flying, and thrift store treasure hunts.
When MaiLinh Hartz, a master’s student in the Couple and Family Therapy program, was younger, people often said she had an old soul. “I was very introspective and had time to listen and absorb people’s stories and emotions,” she explains. It’s a common narrative heard among people who work in the mental health field that they were always, in some way, drawn to care. As a student, she is expanding what it means to take care of others—not just as a therapist, but as a peer.
Antioch University’s Master’s in Couple and Family Therapy in Seattle has once again been ranked as one of the top programs by Intelligent.com. For the
What does it mean to know a place, an ecosystem, or a subject? This question has long fascinated Jean Kayira, the Director of Antioch’s PhD in Environmental Studies.