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This self-scoring assessment instrument helps individuals determine whether their contemplative experiences are contributing to a more resilient worldview www. Early in his professional career, Dr.
Kass worked closely with Dr. This project was formative in Dr. Later, Dr. Kass worked with Dr. Kass has helped develop an integrative approach to humanistic psychology that now constitutes a best-practices approach in clinical mental health counseling. Kass has served in many visiting positions. Kass is an avid hiker, musician, and meditator. He is also a co-founder of the team sport, Ultimate Throughout his life, he and his family have been deeply committed to the integration of body, mind, and spirit as a resource for cultivating communities of health, social justice, and peace.
She is particularly intrigued by the complex power relations of marginalization and dominance that perpetuate and reproduce social and systemic pathologies and inequalities.
This also fuels her passion to create conditions for consciousness raising and collective participatory actions toward a better world. She strives to create openness, trust and authenticity in the classroom that enables critical thinking, dialogues, self-reflection, emotional exploration, and the inclusion of marginalized voices. Peiwei is also passionate about critiquing and reconstructing current code of research ethics to make it more inclusive of historically marginalized and indigenous perspectives, and better attend to layered power relations in knowledge production and dissemination.
Inspired by Zen practices, Peiwei is also drawn to the intersection of Eastern spiritual traditions such as Zen Buddhism, and psychotherapy and healing. Mageary has served as the Director of Emergency Services and Jail Diversion for an eighteen-town catchment area and as the Director of Clinical Services in a therapeutic high school setting.
Throughout his career, Dr. His clinical approach is influenced by tenets of Narrative Therapy, trauma-informed approaches, and brief therapies as well as by transdisciplinary thinkers such as Gregory Bateson and Edgar Morin. Mageary has published and presented on topics ranging from the transformative potential of social justice-oriented hardcore punk rock culture to the role that technology plays in working with teens.
Mageary led a team that developed the Visual Reflection Team model: an arts-based version of the Reflecting Team technique used in Family Systems- and Narrative therapies. She is interested in qualitative and narrative research and its use in exploring the ways individuals make meaning of their experiences and their sense of self.
She maintains a private practice in career counseling and has an extensive background in career development and transition in university, community, and human services settings. She is interested in student development and offers optional transition to graduate school support groups for students. Leisure interests include perennial and landscape gardening; British social history, garden history, literature and travel; swing and two-step dancing.
Former careers include certified sign language interpreter, Deaf-Blind interpreter and trainer, and disability rights advocate. Reinkraut has an abiding interest in the obligations and challenges of the role of counselor educators as gate-keepers to the profession of mental health counseling.
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A challenge of each therapeutic relationship is developing a relational engagement that responds to the particular needs of the particular client. Saleem is a licensed psychologist and a neuropsychologist with expertise in evaluating neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disorders including learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders and associated behavioral difficulties. She is a Harvard Medical School clinical instructor where her clinical interests include culture-sensitive assessment and care for patients with diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Past project involved interviewing South Asian immigrant women to identify pre and post migration factors impacting their wellbeing. Another areas of interest and a developing project is exploring the trajectory of individuals involved in cross-struggles solidarity and community organizing and social movements as a response to systemic and structural violence. Donna Marie San Antonio has worked as a community organizer, middle school teacher, school counselor, outdoor educator, non-profit administrator, and university instructor.
For twenty-five years, she directed the Appalachian Mountain Teen Project, an activity-based counseling program that she founded in to serve low-income and struggling youth in central and northern NH.
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San Antonio is a frequent consultant to rural school and community programs addressing social, emotional, and economic barriers to success for children and youth. Her work in the northernmost part of NH continues as the Inventing the Future Project — a project that strengthens the capacity of schools and communities to guide low-income young people toward higher education and good careers.
About her on-going community work, Dr. He maintains a private practice that includes counseling school-age children, adolescents and adults, as well as providing psychological and neuropsychological assessment.
Her experiences have deepened her work to understand the impact of cultural and historical trauma and fosters her emerging scholarship in embodied healing justice. In addition to her university appointment, Dr. She has extensive experience in program development and training, holding healing spaces and providing clinical, social justice- and contemplative-based services for individuals, communities and organizations in global and local settings.
Self-identified activist-practitioner-scholar, she roots her endeavors in social change efforts to promote a paradigm shift toward critical reflection, transformative action and cultural healing through embodiment. Other forms of financial aid may also be available. Review all graduate tuition and fees , and what they cover. Tuition and fees are subject to change each year, effective June 1. Ready to get started? We're here to make the application process as smooth as possible.
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