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Self-Love and Valentine’s Day: The Untold Story

Self-Love and Valentine’s Day: The Untold Story

The Call to Leadership

The Call to Leadership

Educators: Our Most Monumental Figures

Educators: Our Most Monumental Figures

Seasonal Depression: Combating the Holiday Blues

Seasonal Depression: Combating the Holiday Blues

Honoring Them, and Why They Serve

Honoring Them, and Why They Serve

September 18

Dr. Sean Davis Wins JMFT Article of the Year

At this year’s annual AAMFT conference, Alliant & CSPP Professor Sean Davis, Ph.D., was awarded the Journal of Marriage & Family Therapy (JMFT) 2015 Article of the Year Award. Dr. Davis was part of a team who authored “The Theraputic Pyramid: A Common Factors Synthesis of Techniques, Alliance and Way of Being.” The paper takes a look at the hierarchical relationships between common factors in […]

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September 17

Listening to Dragonflies Project in Vietnam

The Listening to Dragonflies Project, organized by CSPP Professor Suni Peterson, Ph.D., is an action research project that has, over the past three years, reduced parasitic disease by 2/3 in Ha Trung, Vietnam. Professor Peterson was joined by 23 Alliant students in three different trips to Ha Trung to train the villagers on hand washing, dental hygiene and the importance of clean water. The Dragonflies […]

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September 15

Alliant Selected for 2015 HEED Award

We are proud to announce that Alliant International University has received the 2015 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine–the university’s fourth consecutive year as a recipient. The HEED award is the only national award recognizing U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion. As a recipient of the annual award, Alliant will be featured along […]

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September 14

Conducting Therapy in Spanish Workshop

On Saturday, October 10, 2015 there will be a workshop held at National University titled “Conducting Therapy in Spanish and Working with the Latino Population.” The Latino population is rapidly growing in Southern California and the demand for mental health services is increasing as well. There are mental health providers who have a basic understanding of the Spanish language but do not have the psychological […]

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September 10

Alliant Partners with Ronald McDonald House

Alliant International University’s Family Support Services program, a partnership with Ronald McDonald House of Southern California, won the top honor at the 2015 Ronald McDonald House Charities International Conference in Chicago. The prestigious annual award, the Hearts and Hand Award: Expanded Reach, was among programs from 60 countries across the globe competing for the award’s $10,000 grant to continue building the program. The partnership provides […]

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September 09

Congratulations Dr. See for being accepted in the ICP2016 Emerging Psychologists’ Program!

Congratulations to Alumnus Dr. Maha See on being accepted in the ICP2016 Emerging Psychologists Program (EPP)! “The aims of the EPP are to help emerging psychologists explore the world of psychology and make progress in their research. It is an opportunity for young scientists in psychology from various countries to meet and work together on topics of joint interest.” This opportunity provides travel funds and […]

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September 01

Sensory Tools for Mental Health Event

On Saturday, September 26, 2015, the Art Therapy Club at CSPP will be holding an event at Alliant Los Angeles titled “Sensory Tools for Mental Health Professionals: Occupational Therapy Perspectives.” This workshop is a sensory experience. Several sensory tools and techniques will be explored including bean bag tapping, weighted blankets, aromatherapy, sounds, art, yoga and movement. Participants will learn about their own sensory preferences and […]

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August 28

The Student Perspective on the 2015 APA Conference in Toronto

My name is Jaclyn, i am currently a 3rd year in the Ph.D. program from the San Francisco Campus and thought i would take a few minutes to talk about my experience at this years APA Conference. Overall, i thoroughly enjoyed my time at the conference, but there is one point i would like to first talk about. If you are a graduate student and […]

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August 24

Health Professions Education Foundation Offering Help to Pay for Mental Health Professions Related Education

Mental Health Loan Assumption Program (MHLAP) & Licensed Mental Health Services Provider Education Program (LMHSPEP) Application Cycle! August 3rd – September 30th The Health Professions Education Foundation (HPEF) is excited to share that the MHLAP and LMHSPEP loan repayment programs will be open from August 3rd through September 30th2015. Recipients of the MHLAP award receive up to $10,000 in exchange for a one year service […]

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