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Part 6: Voices from AUNE PsyD Graduates in the Time of the Pandemic

Dr. Carmela DiCandia (Antioch University New England, PsyD ’99), winner of the 2016 Horace Mann (“win some victory for humanity”) Alumni Award, shared a video with our community. In it, she talks about how AUNE’s training in multiple roles has enriched her career and helped her adapt to changing conditions. In fact, as the video describes, she has engaged in teaching, psychological testing, therapy, consulting, conducting research, supervising, coaching, developing, and managing a consulting practice, becoming a national leading advocate for families that are homeless, and more. She has truly lived the Antioch New England vision of multiple roles for psychologists, and our value of promoting social justice. Regarding the pandemic, Carmela says, “Crisis is really hard, but crisis is opportunity!”

 

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