Tag: Applied Behavior Analysis (MS)

Counselor Wellness Institute Set for May 21-22 at AUNE

Helping clients who have been through trauma often exacts an emotional toll on mental health clinicians themselves. Antioch University New England’s (AUNE) Applied Psychology Department will launch a pioneering Institute on Counselor Wellness to offer those clinicians information and help

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Thank You, AUNE, for Helping Amirah

Lauren Lisembee, a dance/movement therapy student in the Department of Applied Psychology, recently delivered 260 toiletry items to Amirah Inc. in Boston, the result of coordinating an toiletry drive at AUNE for Amirah.  Almost all of the donations came from

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Students: Tell Us About Your AUNE Experience

All AUNE students are warmly invited to a town hall meeting to share what’s on your minds. Steve Jones, AUNE president, and Melinda Treadwell, AUNE’s new vice president for academic affairs, will be at the town hall, which takes place

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AUNE Student Opens Adult Day-Care in Nashua

Ann Prussel, a student in AUNE’s Experienced Educators master’s program and also in the Autism Spectrum Disorders certificate program, was featured in a story in the Nashua (New Hampshire) Telegraph on January 2. Ann and two other nurses opened All

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Amy Blanchard: Helping Families Who Struggle Alone

The support group Friends and Family of Individuals with Autism and Asperger’s resumes meeting on September 14. Amy Blanchard, an assistant professor in the Department of Applied Psychology’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program, helped launch the group in 2010, and

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