Existential and Relational Aspects of Life: Loss and Grief

Lorraine MangioneLoss and grief have been areas of research, writing, and practice for Lorraine Mangione. She will be offering a full-day workshop at Rhode Island Psychological Association entitled Navigating through Loss and Grief: Meaning Making along the Journey on March 1st in Warwick, Rhode Island. She will be doing a similar half-day workshop for the Maine Psychological Association in June in Portland, Maine. While most of what she is presenting involves the very rich current literature on grief and loss theory and practices and encouraging participants to find their own voice and path in this work, she will also use some of her research and practice as examples. Some of what she will present comes from the research she did with Dr. Donna DiCello with the help of then student Megan Lyons, now Dr. Megan Lyons, and a bit of that work can be seen in this recent newspaper article out of Pittsburgh.

Another part of the workshop will relate to the women’s group she has done with her colleague Roz Forti which is described in this article.

Headshots of six people involved in the symposium. From L to R- Top- Katherine Evarts, Aishwarya Lonikar, Jude Bergkamp Bottom- Dean Hammer, Susana Gomez, Ingrid Ingerson

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“Social justice has been part of the Antioch mission since its inception,” says Lorraine Mangione, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University’s New England campus. But implementing that mission requires many different approaches. That’s why, on February 4, faculty and students from Antioch’s New England PsyD program and Seattle PsyD program came together for the second annual Social Justice Symposium, with the theme, “Liberation from Colonialism Now: Promoting Research Activism.”

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Climate change is at emergency status, with global temperatures and extreme weather surging. Facing this, sustainability efforts are more important than ever, both at all levels of government and also for large organizations with vast power and impact. For Francis Xavier Tuokuu, a 2019 graduate of Antioch’s PhD in Environmental Studies, this urgent problem requires taking responsibility.

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