A group of student researchers from the Seattle PsyD in Clinical Psychology presented their research at the Washington State Psychological Association Convention on October 13 and 14, 2023. They presented three posters. Two explored the topic of reproductive justice through a psychological lens. These were titled “Colonialism, Control, and Copulation: A Primer on Reproductive Justice” and “Reproductive Justice: A Phenomenological Exploration of Female Sterilization.” A third poster, “Pathways to the Therapist Paragon: A Decolonial Grounded Theory,” explored how privilege and the idea of an ideal therapist could be damaging to therapists of color and to the non-white clients of white therapists.
Shannon Kringen ’13 (Seattle, UGS) published a poetry book entitled Kringonian Pizzazz: KringSPEAK Poetry Goddess KRING. The inspiration for this book was Kringen’s synesthesia, which is when your brain routes…
Samantha Carrillo is someone who really is embracing bilingual education not just in her work but across her life.
A conversation with Heather Hebard about the social justice implications behind how literacy is defined and taught.
Jennifer Sturge, EdD, Core Faculty in Education, specifically in the Endorsement in K-12 Library Media program, published an article entitled “Find the Helpers” in Alki: The Washington Library Association Journal….
Virg Augoustatos ’23 (Seattle, MA) and Sarah Olbrantz ’23 (Seattle, MA) presented their Master’s Project research study at the 44th Annual North American Drama Therapy Conference in Niagara Falls, NY….
Jennifer Sturge, Core Faculty in Education, specifically in the school library endorsement program, participated in a panel discussion titled Off the Shelf: Book Challenges, Bans and Promoting Inclusive Literature sponsored…
There’s a quiet epidemic wiping out school librarian positions across the U.S. Between 2015 and 2019, the number of librarians declined by 20%, and one in five school librarian positions was eliminated entirely.
The first weekend of August, students and faculty from the New England PsyD and the Seattle PsyD converged in Washington, DC for this year’s American Psychological Association’s annual convention.
For Shirley Lo, traveling to her first in-person APA Annual Convention proved to be exciting. That’s because Lo, a third-year student in the PsyD in Clinical Psychology offered on Antioch University’s Seattle campus, won an award for the research poster she submitted.
A team of psychologists from the Clinical Psychology Department at Antioch’s Seattle campus has published their research on how forensic psychologists are taking into account cultural considerations in their pre-trial evaluations and how a failure to do that can perpetuate implicit biases
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.