Janet Rodriguez’s ‘20 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) memoir, Making an American Family: A Recipe in Five Generations, will be released by Prickly Pear Publishing on May 30, 2022, and is available for pre-order. Rodriguez also interviewed Antioch MFA Core Faculty Victoria Chang for the Rumpus.
Chris Tompkins, student in the Los Angeles Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, LGBT-Affirmative Psychology Specialization with an expected graduation date of June of 2022, had their book, Raising LGBTQ Allies: A Parent’s Guide to Changing the Messages from the Playground, published by Rowman & Littlefield on May 14, 2021. The purpose of the book is to prevent queerphobia and bullying before they begin. “After I had been out of the closet for almost 15 years—and dedicated my life to LGBTQ advocacy work—my 6-year-old nephew, David, asked me at a family function if the woman next to me was my
Three Antioch Seattle faculty members published Resilience-Centered Counseling: A Liberating Approach to Change and Wellbeing. Written by Dr. Colin Ward, Dr. William Heusler, and Dr. Katherine Fort, the text recognizes that people are far more than the challenges they face and that counseling is a collaborative invitation to better oneself. The book reimagines how clinicians can work efficiently and pragmatically in assisting others while also becoming the heroes of their own lives and join their clientele in seeking liberation from the weight of depression, anxiety, trauma, and fear. Resilience-Centered Counseling provides readers with a therapeutic approach that is resilience-focused, strength-centered,
Carol V. Davis, Poet and Adjunct Faculty in Creative Writing in the Antioch Los Angeles’ Undergraduate Program had her new book, Below Zero, accepted by Stephen F. Austin State University Press. It will come out in 2023. This will be her 4th book of poetry. Read a profile on Carol and her third Fulbright Award here.
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