Insights drawn from interviews with seven Antioch faculty members who have firsthand experience decolonizing counseling, psychology, and therapy.
For Mike Riera, a realization about his career has led to writing books, hosting TV and radio shows, leading a K-12 school—and giving back along the way
Joel M. Filmore, EdD, one of New England’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling’s newest faculty members, brings with him not only over a decade of clinical experience but a plethora of…
Antioch University and the Union Institute and University (UIU) have mutually agreed on a plan to assist Union students in the completion of their degrees. Known as teach-out plans, which are approved by the Higher Learning Commission, the three specific UIU programs involved in the Antioch agreement are the MBA, the Clinical Mental Health & Counseling degree, and the PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Professor and Chair of New England’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program Cathy Lounsbury EdD, LCPC was featured in the cover story of Counseling Today: “Growing Awareness for Trauma-informed Care.” In Lounsbury’s view, a significant number of clients…
“This is an exciting time for Antioch,” says Carole Isom-Barnes, PhD. She should know. In her position as Chair of Antioch University’s Board of Governors, Isom-Barnes is helping lead this 171-year-old institution through both exciting developments and complex challenges.
Every interaction we have with another person utilizes some kind of communication. From the coffee shop to the classroom, we’re constantly relaying our needs and thoughts in the hopes that another person will understand. But the process isn’t a given.
Alayna Collins, a third-year doctoral candidate in the PsyD in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University’s Seattle campus, has been awarded a Veterans Affairs Health Professional Scholarship.
This July, two Antioch faculty will step forward to assume the presidencies of two out of the five regional counseling associations in the U.S. Mariaimeé Gonzalez, Chair of the MA in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Antioch Seattle, has assumed the presidency of the Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.
Antioch University’s MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in Seattle has been recognized as the 2022 Robert Frank Outstanding Counselor Education Program Award winner by the National Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES).
Addiction is widespread in our society, yet there is still so much stigma about the disease and treatment.
Antioch’s Latinx Mental Health & Social Justice Institute hosted a webinar on “Fear of Deportation: Triggering Anxiety & Depression in the Latinx Population” on June 30th, 2022. Guest speaker Olga…