- Event Calendar
- Information Sessions
- In Bloom in Santa Barbara: Promising Practices in Nature-Based Urban Early Childhood Education
- Antioch in Conversation: Jonathan Fox
- Past Events
- Antioch in Conversation: Homelessness
- 2014-2015 AUSB-NASW Seminar Series
- Our Environment In Focus
- Trustee Forum Healthcare
- Scholarship Benefit Concert Event
- Antioch In Conversation: Our Environment – Arise
- MBA Workshop – Building a Socially Responsible Partnership: The Entrepreneur’s Role
- Authors@Antioch: Andrea Hutton
- Environment in Focus: Samsara
- Trustee Forum: How Can We Balance Homeland Security and Personal Privacy?
- Trustee Forum Immigration
- Trustee Forum Immigration (ESP)
- Psychology Seminar Series
- The Symposium on Healthy Aging
- The Healthy Child and Adolescent Psychology Workshop Series
- Summer Writing Institute 2013
Psychology Seminar Series
Cottage Hospital Grand Rounds Seminar Series
Practices for Self-Forgiveness
Wednesday, February 13 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Presenters: Radhule Weininger, PhD, MD & Juliet Rohde-Brown, PhD
Drawing upon the Buddhist practices of Mindfulness and compassion (Karuna), this presentation alerts psychotherapists to the importance of fostering self-forgiveness in their clients, and offers applications involving meditation and imagery-work illustrated through case studies that can be integrated into evidence-based psychotherapy constructs.
The Longing Within: What We Really Want Past Midlife
Wednesday, March 13 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Presenter: Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD, LCSW
The concept of longing in psychological literature generally refers to thoughts and feelings about the past, present and future that are incomplete or unsatisfied, coupled with a desire for an alternative state or experience. This presentation will focus on states of longing typically experienced in midlife and late adulthood. The presenter will offer a clinical framework for psychotherapists to support clients’ exploration of longing as a vehicle for increased life satisfaction in late adulthood.
Mythological Stories as Metaphors for the Individuation Process
Wednesday, April 10 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Presenter: Lee Weiser, PhD
Myths derive from humankind’s quest to answer the big questions, but they also touch the personal, psychological aspects of life and provide guidance and encouragement for the growth and individuation process. This presentation will discuss the use of myth as metaphor in these processes, analyze psychological significance in a chosen myth, and discover what significance ancient myths can hold for contemporary life.
Creativity, Psychology, and Opportunities in the Conceptual Age
Wednesday, May 8 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Presenter: Sharleen O’Brien, PsyD
The work of psychotherapists involves stimulation of imagination and reflection to open pathways of thought and feeling so that new options, possibilities or connections are visible. This presentation will demonstrate the relationship between the skills the psychotherapist uses to facilitate change and the creative process. Included is a discussion of current literature on creativity, mind, and the conceptual age. Finally, opportunities for healing professionals will be presented.
Cyberbullying and Parental Responsibility
Wednesday, June 12 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Presenter: Albert Munoz-Flores, PsyD
This presentation will provide useful information for the clinician about the history and prevalence of Cyberbullying, and the degree that it impacts a young person’s ability to communicate with peers appropriately and develop healthy social contacts at school and in the community. The impact that Cyberbullying has on parents and victims will also be discussed as well as useful information to help parents identify children who are being victimized.
Managing the Crisis of Infidelity
Wednesday, July 10 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Presenter: Steve Kadin, PhD, ABPP
This talk will focus on strategies for helping couples manage the painful, confusing, emotionally intense crisis of infidelity, and will discuss various typologies and current research on the causes of infidelity across different cultural populations.