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Get One Step Closer to Meeting LPCC Licensure Requirements with Our Special 10-Week Career Course

The MA in Clinical Psychology program at Antioch University Santa Barbara is presenting a special 10-week online/hybrid course, PSC 582 – Career Development Theories and Techniques, starting in July. This 4.5 unit course is designed to support Licensed Professional Clinical … Learn More


5 Reasons You Can’t Miss The Antioch Summer Writing Institute:

 1. Small Groups: there is a maximum of only 10 people per workshop, giving you the opportunity to work very closely with workshop leaders.  2. Accomplished, high-caliber faculty. All of the workshop leaders are successful authors and screenwriters.  3. Special … Learn More


Partial Scholarships Now Available for Qualified Summer Writing Institute Participants

We are pleased to announce the availability of ten President’s Access Grants for qualified participants of AUSB’s Summer Writing Institute (SWI). These partial scholarships will provide a 20% reduction of the $975 fee, allowing grant recipients to attend for only … Learn More


AUSB Symposium on Healthy Aging a Huge Success

AUSB’s first Symposium on Healthy Aging, April 19-20, 2013, turned out to be a tremendous success with a standing-room only crowd. Presented in conjunction with the MA in Clinical Psychology’s highly regarded Healthy Aging concentration, the two-day Symposium focused on … Learn More


Maureen Murdock: Make a Commitment to Your Writing and Show Up

Maureen Murdock is an author, educator, Jungian-oriented psychotherapist and photographer. Author of the bestselling book, The Heroine’s Journey, Maureen conducts workshops on memoir writing and personal myth. She combines her interest in the mysterious workings of the psyche with a study … Learn More


Jennifer Bosworth: Writer Extraordinaire.

Hailing from the small, coal-mining town of Price, Utah, Jennifer’s love of storytelling began at an early age. She recalls the backdrop of her childhood: desert and barren hills that served as the canvas for her imagination to run wild. … Learn More


AUSB Hosts SBCC International Food Fair on Rooftop Patio

On Friday, April 26, Antioch University Santa Barbara’s Bachelor of Arts Program co-hosted an International Food Fair in conjunction with the International Student Ambassadors of Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) on AUSB’s rooftop patio. The free social event was planned to … Learn More


AUNE Education Administrator Tom Julius Visits AUSB

AUSB’s Master of Education/Teaching Credentials program recently had the pleasure of hosting an intercampus visit by Tom Julius, Director of Academic Assessment for the Education Department of Antioch University New England (AUNE). Located in New Hampshire, the AUNE campus offers a … Learn More

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“After the Rain” | Spring Edition of The AUSB Odyssey Now Available Online

The Spring 2013 AUSB Odyssey, the “After the Rain” edition, is now available online. This time of year people in other parts of the country sigh in collective relief as the oppressive clouds and cold of winter yield to sun, … Learn More

BA Program-Media & Communications Concentration

BA Student Documentaries Vie in Campus Film Competition

Documentary films produced by two current Media & Communication concentration BA students, Rebecca Anglin and Jeremy Runnels, took top honors in last week’s class competition for the COM-322 Documentary Filmmaking course, taught by BA Program Chair Guy Smith, MA. Ten … Learn More

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AUSB Faculty Members Recognized for National Social Work Month

MA in Clinical Psychology program chair Dr. Elizabeth Wolfson, LCSW, and adjunct faculty member Debbie Allen, LCSW, honored as “social worker heroes” by the National Association of Social Workers–Santa Barbara unit. The two colleagues were recognized as local “social worker … Learn More


The Healthy Child and Adolescent Psychology Workshop Series beginning March 9

Presented by the combined AUSB Psychology Programs — Doctor of Clinical Psychology (PsyD) and Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, The Healthy Child and Adolescent Psychology Workshop Series is a rare opportunity for local therapists, parents, teachers, mental health professionals, … Learn More

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Requisition: An evening of music and dance to support Girls Rock SB!

AUSB student Jen Baron, started Girls Rock Camp Santa Barbara (GRSB) a nonprofit organization that empowers girls through music as a project for her BA studies. They are having an event, Requisition this Saturday, February 23 at 7:00 pm at … Learn More

Healthy Aging

Symposium on Healthy Aging | April 19 & 20

The AUSB Masters in Clinical Psychology Program is pleased to announce a Symposium on Healthy Aging Friday, April 19, 2013  4 pm – 9 pmSaturday, April 20, 2013  9 am – 5 pm As baby boomers age, not only is … Learn More


Our Environment In Focus – Call to Action – Film Series

Please join us this Friday, February 8, at 6:00pm for a screening of the film Bitter Seeds. Manjusha Amberwar, an aspiring young journalist, examines the causes of an epidemic of farmer suicides in India—one every 30 minutes—that includes her own … Learn More

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Educating for Sustainability: An Ecological Approach to Teaching – A New Way of Thinking About Teaching and Learning

The AUSB Graduate Education and BA departments are excited to offer a special workshop that focuses on a new way of thinking about teaching and learning, Educating for Sustainability takes an “ecological” view of classrooms and schools. This event will … Learn More