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Monthly Archive January 2015

Andrew Fearnside Art Show @ Wild Heart Gallery

"Everything comes from shit." --Daniel Lanois  2014 was a long year.   In late May of 2014, I was about to complete the Preliminary Studies Program at the Santa Fe Jung Institute and a semester of study in contemporary psychodynamic work. Having completed 3000 hours of direct client contact the previous autumn, I had been…
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On Being a Man in a World of Women

Back in the 1990s, when I was in graduate school the first time around (for my computer science degree), I was man in a world of men. I remember passing by an English literature classroom back then, noticing a few men in a room full of women, and thinking to myself, "Wow, I wonder what…
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A Multicultural Therapy Dilemma by Claudia Escareño-Clark

As I venture into another quarter here at Southwestern College I am having a difficult time figuring out where I will eventually fit in. I am currently entrenched in the theories and perspectives we are learning in family counseling, and though it may be called family counseling, I cannot separate some of the issues I…
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A Student’s Guide to Southwestern’s Mission

I'm in my second year of a Masters degree program in counseling at Southwestern College, finishing up my last quarter of classes before my internship. Having been here a while, I think I'm now qualified to say a bit about what Southwestern College is all about, from a student's perspective. So here's what I'm going…
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Admissions at Southwestern

Welcome prospective students! Many of you are contacting us now with application and admissions questions. Most applicants visit our campus to get a “feel” for the student body and our faculty and staff. Of course, there is also the advantage of spending a long weekend in Santa Fe enjoying the art and outdoors! Our visitors…
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