California

Oct
24

How To Become A Lawyer in California

Becoming a lawyer takes more than attending and graduating from law school. Though a key component of the process, law school really is the preparatory stop on the way to several different exams and real-world experiences that will determine whether or not you will become a lawyer—regardless of your grades and performance in law school. The biggest and most obvious thing standing between you and […]

By Evan Post | Law
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Jun
19

Alissa Wilkins Appointed to CA Commission on the Status of Women and Girls

Alisha Wilkins, a student in the CSPP Leadership PhD program, has been appointed to the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls. Wilkins has been community and government relations manager at Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest since 2003, where she has held multiple positions since 2001, including interim director of public affairs and legislative coordinator. She was office manager at Carpi and […]

By Alliant Team | Uncategorized
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May
21

Dr. Michi Fu Recognized as Community Champion

PBS SoCal has recently named Dr. Michi Fu as one of the Southern California Community Champions. Michi has dedicated her education and time to helping women and children from underserved, immigrant communities. Her goal is to help children feel safe within their home environments as well as to give back to the community. Michi helps children and parents hear each other by being the ambassador […]

By Cielo Villasenor | Uncategorized
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Jul
25

Women Derive Psychological Benefits From Same-Sex Relationships, Alliant Study Finds

New research on the psychological benefits of same-sex marriage from the Rockway Institute for LGBT Psychology & Public Policy at Alliant International University has been selected for presentation at the American Psychological Association (APA) annual convention July 31-August 4 at the Hawai’i Convention Center in Honolulu. The findings will be presented during the APA Convention symposium “Same-sex marriage: New research and implications for marriage policy.” […]

By Cielo Villasenor | Uncategorized
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May
10

Crying Therapists: Alumna Interviewed on BBC World Service about Dissertation Results Published in Journal of Psychotherapy

Amy Blume-Marcovici was interviewed by the BBC World Service about her dissertation research on therapists crying on their program Health Check. Blume-Marcovici, an alumna of our clinical psychology PsyD program in San Diego, developed  an in-depth survey of clinical psychologists and trainees which found that almost three quarters of them had cried at some point during therapy and some cried several times a week. The dissertation […]

By Cielo Villasenor | Uncategorized
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