Treatment accessibility, timely emergency services, and effective suicide prevention programs–these are all issues that most psychologists have encountered in their practice whether at a community clinic, hospital, medical setting, school, or private practice. One of our graduates, Dr. Steve Broer (Antioch, 2000), who is the Director of Behavioral Health Services at Northwestern Counseling & Support Services in Saint Albans, Vermont, was recently invited to speak about issues surrounding suicide on a Vermont Public Radio show, All Things Considered: The Vermont Edition. Steve has been a champion of community mental health and accessible care since his days at Antioch and continues the efforts to make mental health services available to all who need them.
Professional learning programs build on a 160-year-old tradition of creative and just approaches to leadership and change. Antioch’s Graduate School of Leadership & Change (GSLC)