• A Conversation on Gang Interventions: The Five Percenters

    Dec 27, 2016 by Dr. Bob Weathers
    In this podcast, Carlos discusses his work with gang interventions and violence interruption, utilizing principles of restorative justice, while focusing on the “5 percenters”
  • Driven to Serve

    Aug 12, 2016 by Tom Dellner
    CalSouthern PsyD student Deborah Vinall was recently awarded the Clinton E. Phillips Scholarship by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. The scholarship recognizes, among other things, Deborah’s academic achievements, her dedication to community and her commitment to her profession.
  • Alumni Spotlight: At the Forefront of the Treatment of Eating Disorders

    Mar 7, 2016 by Tom Dellner
    Although we know much more about feeding and eating disorders today than we did a couple of decades ago, when anorexia was considered a “rich girl’s disorder” and treatment options were limited and rudimentary, the problem is one of epidemic proportions in today’s world, according to Dr. Joanna Bronfman.
  • Acclaimed Author and Clinician Opens 2016 CalSouthern Master Lecture Series

    Mar 7, 2016 by University Communications
    The CalSouthern Master Lecture Series is now in its eighth year, and it continues to grow in both scope and prestige. Since its launch in 2009, more than 8,000 people from 60-plus countries have attended Master Lecture Series events...
  • World-renowned Therapist and Author Delivers Guest Lecture for CalSouthern Learners and Alumni

    Dec 15, 2015 by Tom Dellner
    Dr. Sue Johnson, best-selling author of Hold Me Tight, Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love, among other books and publications, is the founder of emotionally focused couple therapy (EFT), which has demonstrated its effectiveness in more than 25 years of peer-reviewed clinical research.
  • Guest Column: Pursuing the Doctoral Dream

    Dec 15, 2015 by Marni Feuerman
    I have always loved learning. I am pretty much a geek! For as long as I can remember, I have had the goal of earning the highest degree available from a university. The reality was that the combination of a lack of finances and pressing life circumstances kept me from achieving this goal earlier in my life.
  • Faculty Focus: Guy du Plessis Publishes Innovative, Yet Practical Guide to Addiction Recovery

    Dec 15, 2015 by University Communications
    In his book An Integral Guide to Recovery: Twelve Steps and Beyond, CalSouthern faculty mentor Guy du Plessis outlines a new approach to addiction recovery, one that provides a recovery map and toolkit suited to the complexities of 21st-century life.
  • Current Issues in Domestic Violence

    Nov 18, 2015 by Gia Hamilton, PsyD
    Society’s understanding of domestic violence—referred to increasingly as intimate partner violence (IPV)—has expanded dramatically in recent years. Today, we better understand the scope of the problem, and our methods of treating victims of IPV are more nuanced and effective.
  • Guest Column: Pets in Therapeutic Practice

    Sep 18, 2015 by Rhonda McCloud. PsyD
    Sigmund Freud may be the first psychotherapist to use a pet in practice, although perhaps accidently. His canine, Fijo, calmed his clients during therapy sessions and provided them with security and acceptance, facilitating the psychoanalysis process.
  • Reflections of a CalSouthern PsyD Learner: the Internship, Doctoral Project and Planning for the Future

    Sep 13, 2015 by University Communications
    CalSouthern PsyD learner Neha Duggal is a truly outstanding student, earning a perfect 4.0 grade point average in her coursework. She's nearing the end of her program, embarking upon her doctoral project as she works as a registered psychological assistant in her supervised internship at the South Asian Helpline and Referral Agency, accumulating hours toward licensure in California as a clinical psychologist.



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