fbpx
 
Southwestern College Santa Fe, NM

Search Results for: ����������� www.SuperDrug.xyz ����������� k��pa kamagra jelly best place to buy viagra online uk apotek online snabb leverans jag vill k��pa viagra viagra online spedizione dall'europa

Art Therapy Jobs, Brought to You by Southwestern College

WELCOME! Southwestern College/New Earth Institute has a deep commitment to helping those who have a calling in the Helping Professions. In addition to the Conscious Entrepreneurship offerings, which are aimed to help you learn the business of the mental health business, this page will help you identify where the Art Therapy jobs are, all over the…
Continue reading


Licensure Information by State

Licensing and supervision requirements vary by state. Check your state’s specific requirements by going to their website. As of August 20, 2021, Southwestern College programs do meet the requirements for licensure in New Mexico. Specific determinations that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in all 50 states is an ongoing…
Continue reading


Good Eats for Southwestern Students

Santa Fe has over 300 restaurants to choose from, and chances are whatever your tummy craves, or whatever diet you are on while studying here, Santa Fe has something special for you to eat! I can’t go over every restaurant or type of food offered in town, but I can give you the list of…
Continue reading


Campus COVID-19 Response

CARES Act HEERF Report on Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students (Click Here) COVID-19 Response COVID POLICY Update for Summer 2021  Click here for President Ann Filemyr's Spring 21 Message Beginning Monday, November 16, Governor Michelle Lujan-Grisham has issued a new Stay at Home Health Order for two weeks. It may be extended.…
Continue reading


Research

  The Quimby Memorial Library is here to support the research needs of our students at Southwestern College. Below you will find a list of online databases, peer-reviewed open access journals, and scholarly based search engines that may be utilized any time --24/7-- away from the campus. In addition to these services, we also offer…
Continue reading


Virginia Padilla Vigil, Ph.D.

Virginia was born and raised in northern New Mexico.  She grew up in the village of Cuarteles and currently resides in Rio Rancho, NM.  She earned a bachelor’s in elementary education and master’s degree in at-risk youth education and counseling, both from the College of Santa Fe, and a Ph.D.  in language, literacy, and sociocultural studies…
Continue reading


Virginia Padilla Vigil, Ph.D.

Virginia Padilla Vigil was born and raised in northern New Mexico.  She earned a bachelor’s in elementary education and master’s degree in at-risk youth education and counseling, both from the College of Santa Fe, and a Ph.D.  in language, literacy, and sociocultural studies from The University of New Mexico.  Her dissertation focused on Teacher Perceptions…
Continue reading


A Message to Our Students: Summer 2020

May 6, 2020 Dear Students, As promised, here is our letter about summer classes. First we want to send you our warmest greetings. We miss seeing you! We miss our informal moments of connection in the hallways. We miss sitting with you in the gardens. We miss impromptu smiles, hugs, laughter. We miss being with…
Continue reading


APA Style

  For the most up-to-date information, resources, and templates related to the 7th edition of the APA manual, SWC community members can visit the Library Group in Populi. Below you will find a variety of resources to aid you in your research and writing. These links are intended to serve as a helpful reference for…
Continue reading


A Letter to Potential SWC Students

Hello! My name is Beth Lykins, and I am a current student at SWC. I am starting my final quarter of my first year in the Art Therapy and Counseling program, and I wanted to share a student’s perspective of life at SWC. I am attending part-time, so I generally take two courses per term.…
Continue reading


Creative Conversations: Navigating a New Landscape of Synchronous Teaching & Learning

Contributors: Emilah DeToro, Magdalena Karlick, Seren Morris, Virginia Padilla-Vigil, and April Vogel In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, our faculty at Southwestern College had to quickly mobilize to transition courses from face-to-face to online synchronous delivery.  This, of course, created numerous challenges, the most significant being, how to maintain the spirit of transformational…
Continue reading


Alumni Updates | Heartlink Summer 2010

  Graduation Year - 2009 Rachel Zavarella, MA Starting in July 2010, I am moving to the bay area in California to work at The Creekside School. I will be working toward hours for LPCC and ATR licensure in addition to being trained as a DIR/Floortime therapist. The Creekside School is a private school for children…
Continue reading


Alumni Updates – 2007 Graduates

<-- 2006   2008 -->Wendy Goodman, MA, LPCC, LADAC As I reflect upon my career path since leaving Southwestern College I wonder if any one of us can truly know the possibilities of opportunity that lie before us. If we are prepared to explore what we don’t know and can be flexible to unexpected turns in…
Continue reading


Destination Grad School

Santa Fe is awesome as a grad school destination and city. Check out a few of the honors awarded to "The City Different" below (read the entire "Best of Santa Fe" Chamber of Commerce post here detailing many more awards): Santa Fe was ranked #2 City for Art Vibrancy by the National Center for Arts Research and…
Continue reading




Class Registration

Registering at Southwestern College  Registering for New Earth Institute (NEI) and Certificate Program Coursework You may register for a course in NEI or a certificate program once the quarterly course schedule is released. The schedule will list the New Earth Institute certificate courses offered during that quarter. Many of these courses are offered in…
Continue reading


Alumni Updates – 1996 Graduates

  <-- 1995   1997 --> Susan Boyes, I now live and work in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where I have a part-time position as an art therapist for traumatic brain injured adults in a rehabilitation center. I also have a thriving private practice, providing art therapy to TBI clients and others in their own homes,…
Continue reading


My Training at Southwestern College

In the spirit of full disclosure, I must admit that I am a film geek and child of the 80's. Bear with me. That moment comes when you've been in grad school so long that you don't see how the training you are receiving has anything to do with working with clients. Perhaps that is…
Continue reading


Top 5 Fave Grad School Study Spots in Santa Fe

In the the M.A. Art Therapy/Counseling program I find myself reading and/or studying quite a bit. Spending hours on end at home can be wearing. A simple change of location is enough to keep me energized and in the frame of mind to do my best work. My top five places to study in Santa…
Continue reading


Alumni Updates | Heartlink Summer 2011

  Graduation Year - 2009 Andrew Fearnside, MA I graduated last fall in Counseling with a concentration in Grief, Loss and Trauma, having spent the spring and summer working at the UNM Cancer Center. In January I found contract work at the Family Workshop, a private mental health clinic that receives court-ordered clients with DWI…
Continue reading





back to top