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2015 American Psychological Association Convention

More than 110 faculty, students and alumni presented research, lead poster sessions and contributed to panel discussions at this year’s American Psychological Association Convention. The annual APA convention is the largest gathering of psychologists and psychology students in the world. Each year it attracts 11,000–14,000 attendees from all areas of specialization in psychology, education and policy, […]

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Kathryn Goldman-Schuyler

Organizational Health Workshop by CSPP Professor Dr. Kathryn Goldman Schuyler

On Monday, August 3, 2015, CSPP Professor at Alliant San Francisco Dr. Kathryn Goldman Schuyler will present her most recent research into organizational health in a workshop titled “Healthy Organizations in a Healthy World: What’s Your Role?” Attendees will gain insight into the health of their current organizations, take part in probing questions to discover […]

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2015-2016 Yellow Ribbon Program

Alliant International University is proud to announce continuing commitment to our military students and their families. Below is information pertaining to our participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a provision of the Post 9/11 GI Bill, for the 2015-2016 academic year. Participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program demonstrates Alliant’s commitment to our mission of making a […]

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Play Therapy Workshop

On Saturday, July 18, the Art Therapy Club will be hosting an event at Alliant Los Angeles focusing on play therapy interventions. Attendees will experience play therapy interventions, discuss applying them with clients, learn resources for beginning to use play therapy and learn about materials to be used outside of the therapist office. Special guest […]

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Jessica Raymond, MS

Modernizing Recovery Resources for the Millennial Generation

On Wednesday, June 17, the Los Angeles County Psychological Association will hold an event focusing on eating disorders entitled “Modernizing Recovery Resources for the Millennial Generation.” This presentation will focus on the applications of modern technologies and media to increase support and improve treatment of eating disorders from the perspective of a client. Special guest Jessica […]

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CSPP Faculty and Students Present at American Family Therapy Academy Conference

Faculty and students of CSPP’s couple and family therapy program recently represented Alliant at the 37th Annual Meeting and Open Conference of the American Family Therapy Academy. Fourteen CSPP faculty and students attended, participating in 13 paper and poster presentations and discussion groups. This event, dedicated to the advancement of thinking, practices, policies and scholarship […]

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Noah Hass-Cohen

CSPP’s Noah Hass-Cohen, PsyD, Publishes New Book

Alliant Los Angeles and CSPP faculty member Dr. Noah Hass-Cohen recently published “Art Therapy and the Neurocsience of Relationships, Creativity and Resiliency,” a comprehensive integration of art therapy and interpersonal neurobiology. The book showcases art therapy and neuroscience through both clinical and theoretical approaches developed by Dr. Hass-Cohen and her co-auther Joanna Clyde Findlay. Dr. […]

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Diane Adams Wins Provost’s Pillar Award

The winner of the 2015 Provost Pillar Award is Dr. Diane Adams. Dr. Adams has been with Alliant International University since 1989 and is presently an associate professor with the California School of Professional Psychology’s clinical psychology PsyD program in San Francisco. Dr. Adams is one of the founders of Alliant’s I-MERIT program, having participated […]

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Building Resistance to Trauma Event

This Friday, May 22, the Los Angeles California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists will hold an event titled “Building Resistance to Trauma.” Attendees will learn about the Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM) and the Community Resiliency Model (CRM). TRM and CRM are biologically-based treatment interventions based upon current neuroscience. They work with the common physical […]

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