Antioch New England Goes to the 126th Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association
Antioch Alumni Gathering
Faculty, students, and alumni from Antioch’s three PsyD Programs (New England, Seattle, and Santa Barbara) celebrated their common purpose at a gathering on the fringes of the convention. It’s nice to meet some of the real people who comprise our broader Antioch PsyD community!
Kathi Borden launches her role as incoming editor of the APA journal, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Kathi attended a meeting of psychology journal editors that focused on sharing ideas and networking.
As APA’s Federal Education Advocacy Coordinator for New England (a role she has held for over a decade), Kathi also attended the 2018 Advocacy Breakfast at the convention. In addition to catching up on APA’s legislative priorities, several PsyD graduates presented on their experience of federal student loan repayment programs, discussing how these programs reduced their anxiety about student debt and helped make it possible for them to attend graduate school.
Alicia MacDougall (3rd year PsyD student) was appointed as Co-Chair of APA Division 39 (Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology) Graduate Student Committee. Term begins September 1, 2018
Symposium: Strategies for Holding Students Accountable for Course Readings
- Elizabeth Harwood (Chair), Karen Meteyer, Rachelle Smith, Mia Khera
Poster presentation: Protective Behavioral Strategy Use in University Setting
- Davis Dodge, Karen Meteyer
Symposium: Resolving Social Problems Through Personal Disclosure–Social Psychological and Clinical Approaches.
- Ted Ellenhorn, Chair and Discussant
- Chad Lazzari, Coming out of Shame: Disclosure and Coming Out for Gay Men
Paper Reading: Experiential Group Learning Through Dreams in Clinical Training: Safety, Intimacy, and Disclosure
- Ted Ellenhorn and Alicia MacDougall
Symposium: The Dynamics of the Supervisory Relationship–A Live Demonstration
- Alicia MacDougall, Discussant