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Posts by Andrea Hambuchen

The Foundations of Jungian Sandplay Therapy with Lorraine Freedle

CMH 5055 THE FOUNDATIONS OF JUNGIAN SANDPLAY THERAPYLorraine Freedle, Ph.D., ABPdN, CST-T $350/20 CECsFriday, September 30, 6–9pm; Saturday & Sunday, October 1 & 2 9am–6pmJoin us to learn the theoretical foundations, practical applications, and neuropsychological underpinnings of Jungian sandplay therapy with children and adults. Through experiential activities and compelling case studies students will have the…
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Who’s Who at Southwestern College – Larry Harkcom

Larry Harkcom - Library Assistant at Quimby Memorial Library at Southwestern CollegeI grew up in rural Pennsylvania, in a place called Pond Bank.  To present I don’t really know what Pond Bank was/is; a community? A hamlet? Shire?  It’s only description online comes from the site hometownlocator.com, which unhelpfully refers to it as a “populated…
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Where Do Southwestern College Grads Work? Lee Cartwright

I have a private practice that focuses on helping people resolve the biological/energetic basis of trauma.I feel deeply honored to do the work I do.  I am also blessed to be a presenter in the Trauma,Grief & Renewal Program and at the College's Annual Transformation and Healing Conference.  Although all of the modalities I use with clients were developed…
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Who’s Who at Southwestern College – Kathryn Harris Tijerina

Southwestern College is really defined by the extraordinary  individuals who work there–the staff, instructors, and the board members. In an effort to give you a more intimate sense of  our school, we are launching the “Who’s Who at Southwestern College”  series so that you will get to know these extraordinary people who change lives.So here…
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Where Do Southwestern College Grads Work? Charmayne Kilcup

How Quitting School Was the Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me Charmayne Kilcup, PhD www.charmaynekilcup.com  At the young age of twenty-three, I was bright-eyed, bushy tailed, and sure I wanted to be a therapist. I had just graduated college and knew that furthering my studies was the next step in my career. I had fallen in love…
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Capstone Presentation Evenings! Monday, March 14th, Tuesday, March 15th and Wed., March 16th

Capstone Presentation Evenings!!!Monday, March 14th, Tuesday, March 15th and Wed., March 16th6 – 8 p.m. in the Art Therapy ClassroomThis spring we’re offering not one, not two, but three evenings to enjoy! Please come and support our interns who are nearing graduation and will be sharing their fascinating internship journeys. This is a perfect time…
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Stuff to Think About if You’re Going to Be a Successful Therapist

 From Southwestern College's "Conscious Entrepreneurship Initiative" So, here’s what I’ve found.Looking for a Therapist?I was looking for a therapist. (And I have heard my story from countless others…)I looked on my insurance company’s page, “Looking for a Therapist”, or something like that. There’s very little information, maybe a photo (too often from ten years and thirty…
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Scholarship Deadline Reminder – Scholarship Deadline – February 5, 2016 by 5:00 PM

Scholarship Deadline – February 5, 2016 by 5:00 PMTo apply, visit our website at www.swc.edu  for detailed information and to submit your application for the scholarship offerings for theHonorary Scholarships for spring quarter.To request an application/information please contact the financial aid office or if you have any questions, please direct them to  dorothyarchuleta@swc.edu, or call…
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T & H Conference! Are “Digital Natives” Really A Different Culture? Hmmm…

Cultural Imposition: When Digital Immigrant Therapists See Digital Native Clients These days most therapists are Digital Immigrants—that is, they were not brought up in the digital era, and digital communication is like a second language to them. On the other hand, many clients are Digital Natives, with completely different values, expectations and comfort levels around digital communication. This…
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