Leah Matson article in First for Women 5-8-17

Undergraduate Faculty Member Featured in Media

 Dr. Leah Matson, an alumna of AULA’s BA in Liberal Studies program with a concentration in psychology and a longtime instructor in the Undergraduate Studies program, was recently featured in multiple media outlets. A client of Dr. Matson’s, Dr. Michelle Stevens, wrote a book Scared Selfless: My Journey from Abuse and Madness to Surviving and Thriving which features their work together.  Both Drs. Matson and Stevens appeared on the Dr. Phil show, and were featured in People and First For Women magazines.
Read the article in First For Women which appeared May 8, 2017 here.

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