Posted June 21st, 2019 by & filed under Art Therapy at SWC, Student & Alumni Stories.
By Courtney Shackelford
The brain is special and magnificent, strange and mysterious. It is powerful enough to send messages to assist in regulating our bodies, but is also a vulnerable 3 pound organ encased in bone and liquid to keep it safe from the various hazards of the world. A millennium later, humans still do…
Posted March 23rd, 2016 by & filed under Where do SWC Grads Work.
Lee Cartwright, M.A.
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 certificate program and at the College's Annual Transformation and Healing Conference. Although all of the modalities…
Posted January 16th, 2016 by & filed under SWC Blog.
Graduate Student, Amy Gordon, discusses the content of an important cultural event in Santa Fe, New Mexico. …
Posted January 11th, 2016 by & filed under Professional Training Certificates & NEI, SWC Blog.
Graduate student, Amy Gordon, describes her love of a course in Applied Interpersonal Neurobiology at Southwestern College's New Earth Institute.. …
Posted August 3rd, 2014 by & filed under Student & Alumni Stories, Consciousness & Mindfulness.
Southwestern College faculty member Jessica Callaway reflects on her profound experience of Haiti, and its resilient people. …