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Where Do Southwestern College Grads Work? Cynthia Fulreader

Cynthia Fulreader Beginning while I was still a student, and since graduating from Southwestern College in 1995, I have been blessed with many wonderful work opportunities in both Santa Fe and Albuquerque, NM.  In addition to maintaining a thriving part-time private practice, I have held the following positions: Family Therapist with New Vistas Early Childhood…
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“Movement Like Breathing” by Diane Chavez

“Movement Like Breathing” by Diane Chavez, MA, LMHCA November 15, 2015 My doctor told me the other day that I have Secondary Progressive. “You have permanent damage in your spinal cord.” Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which the body’s immune system attacks the protective covering surrounding the nerves of the central nervous system. Let…
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Where Do Southwestern College Grads Work? John Seniff

Upon graduation at Southwestern College in Santa Fe, New Mexico and even during, I have worked at Treatment Centers, Psychiatric Hospitals, Mental health agencies, Clinical Director at Group home, Family therapist in New York high school system and Private Practice. At present I am in private practice in Ponte Vedra Beach. Florida. I am listed…
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The World Dream – a poem

The World Dream In the dream of the whole world She notes     a pair of red-tailed hawks                     a wedding of white deer             an uproar of ravens                 a terror of coyotes     a pile of wives             a slumber of cellos         an apotheosis of poets                 a maverick of boys     a hippo of…
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“Opportunity to Publish Consciousness- Centered Writing”

"Opportunity to Publish Consciousness- Centered Writing" for Evolving magazine. If you are interested in writing for Evolving Magazine -  A Guide for Conscious Living, The writers guidelines are listed here: 2019 Evolving Writer Guidelines  and check out their website here:  www.EvolvingMagazine.com good luck! Are you joining us for the 2019 Transformation & Healing Conference, August 21st…
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A Newbie Art Therapist Reflects on the 2012 AATA Conference

by Christina-Villarreal The American Art Therapy Association's 45th annual conference (2012) was held in San Antonio, Texas. As a budding art therapist, I decided to take the opportunity to attend my first official art therapy conference, located an hour and half from where I lived in Austin, Texas.    In retrospect, I am amazed at how…
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GRAD SCHOOL @swcsantafe IS….

... staying in on a Saturday night to write a paper with the company of a Santa Fe Pale Ale and burning sage. ... is making, screaming at, rebelling against, and recreating a budget over and over again as I stumble towards financial sobriety. ... is shedding the self-construct that automates what I think I…
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Forgiveness

Would I rather be ‘right’ or be in the loving?   “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” “Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.” - Mother Teresa   “As I walked out the door to the…
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Completion

Freedom Did you ever have that feeling like a cloud of lively bats is swarming about your head? I have and it's really challenging to get bat guano out of a sweater. Seriously though, having a lot of incompletes  is like that cloud of bats--those unfinished tasks just won't leave me alone. Even when I've…
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Be Open to an Attitude Change . . . From the Least Likely Suspects

This morning I arrived on campus ready to tackle my day--yes, tackle, as in "I may have to listen to 'We Will Rock You' by Queen to really get my day started." Maybe not quite as bright-eyed and bushy-tailed as I like, but I showed up. In conversation with the incredible and very supportive Dru…
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All In

All In by Bryce Downey, graduate of Southwestern College, Santa Fe Not for the first time in my life do I find myself here: my physical surroundings are incredibly beautiful & conducive to frequent adventures, I am blessed with a sweet, conscientious, & peppy roommate, sharing a spacious, comfortable, quiet home. I have three…
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Shifting to a World of Bliss – What is More Real?

by Amy Hautman Bates I just read Mindell’s The Shaman’s Body and it reminded me of how much I used to know– how much I have always known that has become deeply buried in the last 35 years. Carlos Castaneda’s Journey to Ixtlan was an important book during my college years.  Now I look…
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