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Advancing Healthcare for the Common Good with Stephanie Fox

Sitting in a lecture hall in 2007, one thing Stephanie Fox didn’t want to hear when she started studying to be a therapist was that many people leave the field after 18 months. “I experienced that as quite shocking,” she says. Just a few months into a three year program, the math wasn’t adding up to her if that was true. At the time, she wondered, “If I’m going to be in school longer than I might actually be in the field, how is this worth it?” 

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With Collective Traumas Becoming More Common, One Leader Studies Their Impacts on Black Mental Health Practitioners

In 2018, Chanté Meadows stood on a TEDx stage and addressed a problem that’s central to her career: why isn’t mental health treated as being equally important as physical health? In this instance, she was speaking specifically about how this pattern affects the Black community that she’s part of. Meadows outlined stigmas she often heard associated with mental healthcare. Friends and neighbors would say, “I’m going to just go to Jesus and pray about it.”

Lemuel Watson

Lemuel Watson, EdD, Graduate School of Leadership and Change Professor of Inclusive Leadership and Change, recently participated in California Institute Integral Studies’ “Creative Futures Author Series.” Watson focused on the…

Shana Hormann Co-Publishes Article

Shana Hormann ‘07 (GSLC, PhD) recently co-published the article entitled “Could an Organization Be Suffering from PTSD?” in the Organization Development Review. Hormann specializes in addressing organizational trauma, building organizational…

Fayth Parks Featured on Podcast

Fayth Parks, PhD, Graduate School of Leadership and Change (GSLC) Professor of Leadership and Psychology, was a recent guest on The Health Promotion Practice (HPP) Journal HPP Podcast entitled “Exploring…