George Tremblay Presents at Antioch’s Conservation Psychology Institute

George Tremblay, PhD, Department of Clinical Psychology faculty member, was among the featured faculty at Antioch’s recent Conservation Psychology Institute, which brought together participants from around the U.S. and beyond to examine research and techniques for promoting human and environmental health.  George’s presentation was titled, Inviting and Measuring Behavior Change, and was followed by a workshop in which he consulted with participants shaping program designs and evaluation plans from their own professional work.

seven people standing together around a sign reporting new housing units, all smiling, some holding shovels

Cool Course: How to Address Homelessness in Your Town

It’s common to hear people say that housing is a human right, yet by many estimates, over half a million Americans experience housing insecurity every year. “It’s time to create a groundswell of interest in this topic in this country,” says Charles Durrett, an architect, activist, builder of cohousing communities globally, and instructor of the upcoming four-week Continuing Education course at Antioch, “How to Address Homelessness in Your Town,”…

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