PhD in Leadership and Change student Lynn Horan recently published two articles on her research regarding embodied leadership and boundary work of female clergy. The first, “Separation of Church and State Fails to Protect Female Clergy,” was published by Young Clergy Women International, and the second, published by Presbyterians Today, is entitled “A Time to Dance, Belief and Healing Begins in Our Bodies.” Horan is an ordained Presbyterian minister and leadership consultant specializing in women’s leadership development in both secular and religious contexts.
Jessica Leith, faculty in the MA in Couple and Family Therapy program in Seattle, will present in the third part of a four-part webinar series through the University of Washington entitled Family-Based Interventions for Child and Youth Mental Health Across the Developmental Spectrum on December 7, 2022. This webinar is dedicated to family interventions for children and adolescents, with Part Three being specifically targeted toward those interested in learning more about adolescent mental health and family-based treatments, as well as strategies that demonstrate effectiveness in doing this type of work. The webinar will give an overview of current adolescent mental