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Message from the Chair

Why not consider

Elizabeth Wolfson, Ph.D, LCSW

gaining an expertise

in Healthy Aging while

pursuing your Master’s in Clinical Psychology?

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Faculty News

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Traineeship Corner

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Student News

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Commencement 2013

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AUSB Alums

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Upcoming Events On Campus

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AUSB NASW Seminar Series

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why not consider gaining an expertise in healthy aging while pursuing your master’s in clinical psychology?

This specialization is offered to you within the MACP program at no extra cost or residency commitment so that you graduate with all of your peers in MACP. With this training you will have the substantial advantage of being identified as an expert in the field of Healthy Aging, serving the fastest growing population in our country. Our nation needs qualified trained professionals with this specialization and the rapidly expanding job market will be looking for someone like you! For more information on the Concentration in Healthy Aging. click here.

why pursue a concentration in healthy aging?

Older adults are the fastest growing population nationwide (even more so in California) and the needs of this population are already far outpacing the services available. This means that Master’s in Clinical Psychology (MACP) students with a Concentration in Healthy Aging graduate with an expertise that is highly desirable to prospective employers. Health care itself is one of the fastest growing job fields in the U.S., and psychological services for older adults and their families is at the forefront of this growth. With an expertise in Healthy Aging, your desirability in the workforce is incontestable.

Concentration in Healthy Aging Class of 2014

Furthermore, our culture has increasingly shifted the definition of older adults to begin at age 50. In light of these statistics, one would be hard pressed to think of a single family that does not have an adult who might benefit from psychological support in the second half of life!

Highlights from your Director of Clinical Training Albert “Al” Munoz Flores, PsyD As the Director of Clinical Training, I am charged by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) to assure that our graduate students are complying with the BBS regulations that apply to a Trainee (an enrolled graduate student providing psychotherapy in a clinical training site). I hope that you will feel free to call/ come by my office and discuss

your clinical interests with me, and explore the clinical training opportunities that are available to you in the Santa Barbara area. I look forward to meeting with you in the future! Dr. Albert Munoz-Flores can be reached at: amunoz@antioch.edu.

See Page 5 for Everything an MACP Student Needs to Know To Prepare for Traineeship

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your macp faculty your macp faculty presented at the following conferences / workshops in the past year: Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD Clinical Approaches to Conscious Aging (Symposium on Healthy Aging, AUSB, April 19-20, 2013)

The Longing Within: What We Really Want Past Midlife (Cottage Hospital Grand Rounds Psychology Seminar Series 2013)

your macp faculty will be presenting at the following upcoming conferences and workshops: Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD Conscious Living, Conscious Aging, with Kimberley Snow, PhD Spring 2014 – Date TBA, Casa de Maria in Santa Barbara The Road Not Taken: Mining Nostalgia for the Riches of Mid-Life May 17, 2014, Antioch University Santa Barbara

Albert Munoz-Flores, PsyD Albert Munoz-Flores, PsyD Cyberbullying and Parental Responsibility (Cottage Hospital Grand Rounds Psychology Seminar Series, June 2013) Controversies Surrounding the DSM-V and Challenges Implementing the New DSM Version (MFT Consortium of California, Central Coast Region, June 2013) The 21st Century Grandparent (Symposium for Healthy Aging, AUSB, April 19-20, 2013) Parenting Strategies for Single Parents in a Multi-cultural Context (Healthy Child & Adolescent Workshop, AUSB, April 2013) The Future of Mental Health Practice: Implica-tions for the MFT Professional (MFT Consortium of California, Central Coast Region, March 2013) DSM-V Update

(MFT Consortium of California, Cen-tral Coast Region, February 2013)

Stuart Light, MA The Coming of Age of the Baby Boomers (Symposium on Healthy Aging, AUSB, April 19-20, 2013) Adult Children of Alcoholics: Effective Approaches to Assessment and Treatment (New Beginnings Counseling Center, August 2013) Applying the Fundamentals of Motivational Interviewing to Affect Change in College Counseling (Santa Barbara City College, Fall 2013)

Cyberbullying and Parental Responsibility (Cottage Hospital Grand Navigating the DSM-V: There is Life After the DSM-IV TR October 12, 2013, Antioch University Santa Barbara Challenges and Opportunities that Grandparent Kinships Present for TBS November 12-13, 2013, Intensive Behavioral Services Conference

Stuart Light, MA The Power of Compassionate Self-Inquiry: A Unique Clinical Approach to Addiction November 2, 2013, Antioch University Santa Barbara For more information on these conferences and work-shops, click here or stop by the MACP Bulletin Board located in the 3rd floor lounge.

your macp faculty attended the following conferences in the past year: Symposium on Healthy Aging Antioch University, April 2013

Increasing Diversity in the Health Professions California Wellness Foundation, June 2013

your macp faculty will be attending the following upcoming conferences: Southern California Writer’s Conference, September 2013

Intensive Behavioral Services Conference, November 2013 The Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference, December 2013

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faculty news (continued) 2013 faculty publications Andrew Teton, MA Many Paths Up the Mountain The Therapist Magazine, May/ June 2013

Stuart S. Light, MA, LMFT Rocking Into Old Age (http://www.noozhawk.com/article/041013_stuart_light_rocking_ into_old_age) Forget About the Pot of Gold & Start Enjoying the Rainbow (http://www.noozhawk.com/article/082912_stuart_light_start_ enjoying_the_rainbow)

Wendy Elliott, MEd Moving Our Spirits: Healthy Aging Through Dance-Movement Therapy (http://www.noozhawk.com/article/081612_healthy_aging_through_ dance-movement_therapy)

2013 faculty awards Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD, LCSW

traineeship corner everything an macp student needs to know to prepare for traineeship 4 4

Complete your first year of coursework. During your first year, you can begin researching potential traineeship sites. Check out the Traineeship Site Information List on the Clinical Training Sakai Site.

4 Volunteer somewhere if possible! 4 Attend Professional Orientation at the end of your first year. 4 Read the MACP Traineeship Manual located on the MACP Clinical Training Site on Sakai.

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Attend the Traineeship Open House at AUSB where site managers will present about training opportunities.

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At the end of your 4th quarter, start contacting and interviewing at sites.

Community Education and Development Award (National Association of Social Workers California Chapter)

a sampler of macp traineeship sites

Deborah Allen, MA, LCSW

Cottage Hospital

Outstanding Leadership Award (National Association of Social Workers California Chapter)

Family Service Agency (Santa Barbara, Lompoc)

Casa Pacifica (Santa Maria, Santa Barbara) New Beginnings Counseling Center

MACP FACULTY – JUNE 2013

CALM (Child Abuse Listening and Mediation) Community Counseling and Education Center Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Mental Wellness Center Academy of Healing Arts (AHA!) San Luis Obispo County Mental Health, Youth Services Goleta Valley School District Santa Maria Youth & Family Center Salvation Army Riverside Tri-Counties Regional Center

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noteworthy student news healthy aging concentration

Students accepted for the Concentration in Healthy Aging enroll in all of the same foundational course-work offered within the MACP program preparing graduates for MFT licensure. The training approach of Healthy Aging at Antioch represents a unique model in that it draws substantially from positive approaches that support individual and family strengths. The program trains future practitioners in the assessment of elders within the context of their environment (family, social, economic and community supports) and emphasizes preventative approaches that are distinct from medical models focusing on crisis response, and pathology. The instruction integrates appropriate psychological theories with holistic models that considers the mind, body, and spirit. For more information on the Healthy Aging Program, CLICK HERE.

We are very proud of our first cohort of Healthy Aging Graduates (Class of 2013)

what our students say about macp Marcia Brandwynne: 2nd Year Healthy Aging Student

“When I decided that I wanted to retire from a long and successful career in television news and enter another field, I began to research schools that would be appropriate for me as a mature learner. Antioch was recommended to me for its exceptional Masters program in Psychology. The adult learning model has been a boon for me. The school regards my life and work experience as a resource. To be honest, it is daunting for anyone to think of entering a new career in later life. You just need a little help from your friends. Antioch’s fine faculty and administration continues to give me the confidence and support that I need to jumpstart this exciting new phase of my life.”

Geraldo Miramontes: 1st Year Latino Mental Health Student

“Antioch has given me the opportunity to see my uniqueness as Latino, and to accept and respect students different than me. But mainly I have learned to see my humanity as the rest; a person who experiences fear, failures, joy, love and who is in need of relationships.”

Jessica Soon: 2nd Year Healthy Aging Student

latino mental health concentration 2013 Stipends Awarded to MACP Students

Coming from a large state college, the intimacy of classes at Antioch has provided me with a gratifyingly unforgettable experience. I am currently part of a wonderful cohort in the MACP program where diversity among students is highly appreciated. I am South Korean, adopted, my father is Chinese and my mother is Japanese and in this respect, I feel that I come from the best of 3 worlds. Being able to draw on my own cultural knowledge while learning from my peers has been an integral part of my learning experience.

This year, four MACP students in the Latino Mental Health Concentration received the California MFT Con-sortium State Stipend. The stipend of $18,500 is awarded to qualifying students with past work experience and future commitment to working in community mental health settings serving underserved populations. For more information on the Latino Mental Health Concentration, CLICK HERE.

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commencement 2013 Congratulations Class of 2013

where do antioch macp grads go?

Below are some of the places you can find our MACP Alumni: Ben Murphy SBCC Counseling, Director of Alcohol and Substance Awareness Program Stuart Light Affiliate Faculty, AUSB MACP Program Peter McGoey SB CAMFT Therapist of the Year, Supervisor, Cottage Hospital COPE Program Donna Mathes Student Advisor and Coordinator of Student Services, AUSB MACP Program Sarah Green Williams Supervisor, Aurora Vista Del Mar Hospital Chelsea Holmes Academic Counselor, SBCC Kristine Schwarz Executive Director, New Beginnings Counseling Center Gordy Coburn Chair, ADC Program Jennifer Freed & Rendy Freedman Co-Founders & Co-Directors, Academy of Healing Arts Jonathan Eyman Mental Health Practitioner, SB County Adult Mental Health Services Kristen McCafferty Counselor, Aegis Medical Systems

congratulations on your acceptance to the ausb psyd program! Betty Purify: MACP Class of 2013

Brandon Maynard: MACP Class of 2013 Congratulations Brandon Maynard Commencement 2013 Speaker

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alumni in private practice Wendy Allen Vicki Archer Sarah Avery Kathleen Barry Christine Beasley Alison Bostwick Margaret Brown Lisa Carlson Jan Clinton Claudia Crawford Georgina Dahill Soni C. Diaz-Ebadi Anna Drake Susan Dritsas Mark Dunlap Anny Eastwood Amy Evans Jonathan Eymann Diana Ferrari Emily Fleck Alison Forsyth Jill Frandsen Frances Gordon Richelle (Ricky) Gaspar Alice Geanta Peter Grim Caroline Hall Suzanne Holden

Jeffrey Jarrett Lacey Johnson Craig Joujon-Roche Beth Kanne-Casselman Katie Karas Ellen Klavan Fionnuala Krause Barbara Kloos Paul Kroekel Karen Leah Susan Lambrose Susan Lang Janet Lengsfelder Stuart Light Maria Marquez Conni Mattingly Stacy McCrory Andrea McGee Peter McGoey Debbie McHann Karen Michaels Alicia Mitchell Lisa Moore Elizabeth Nadell Christine Orpen Kandace Overgaag Ana Perez Jackie Quackenbush

Peter (Denny) Rae Holly Richmond Martin Rickler Victoria Rightmire Jose Rojo Patricia San Filippo Vonda Schaefer Cecilia Schneider Suzy Schutz Kristine Schwarz Lynne Sherman Joanne Sizemore Nadav Sklar Tracey St. Johns Debra Stanfield Catherine Steininger Judith Stewart Evans Stout Andrew Teton Susan Thomason Catherine Van Nostrand Len Van Nostrand Eva Van Prooyen Judith Villa Martin Walker Linda Williams Helen Wolkerstorfer Ben Zimmer

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upcoming events traineeship open house

Tuesday, August 20th from 4-5:30 pm Antioch will host representatives from some of the 100 training sites available to our students. The Traineeship Open House provides students with direct information and interaction with site managers and supervisors in preparation for beginning clinical training in the community.

mft consortium

Monday October 7th from 9am-noon The Central Coast Region of the California Marriage and Family Consortium hosted by Antioch University, Santa Barbara is an educational and interactive forum for educators and clinical training site representatives. Consortium participants are provided the most current updates from CAMFT and AAMFT therapists and lawyers about the profession and BBS (Board of Behavioral Sciences) regulations. The forum provides a unique opportunity for educators and clinical training site supervisors to network and collaborate, creating a bridge between the student educational experience in the classroom and training sites.

new student orientation: Welcoming our incoming Fall 2013 Class

Monday, September 16, 2013 9:30am-4:00pm

Consortium membership is open to all community professionals working in agencies and in higher education in the Central Coast Region. The next Consortium meeting will take place on Monday, October 7, 2013 from 9am – noon. For more information, please contact Dr. Munoz-Flores at amunoz@antioch.edu.

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ausb-nasw seminar series: Sponsored By:

National Association of Social Workers, Santa Barbara Chapter & Antioch University Santa Barbara Master’s in Clinical Psychology Program BBS Approved Provider Number PCE44

Location:

602 Anacapa Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Cost for 3 hour (3 CEU) programs General Admission: $55.00 NASW,CAMFT Members & AUSB Alumni: $45.00 Students: $35.00 (Cost Includes Snacks and 3 CEU’s) Cost for 6 hour (6 CEU) programs General Admission: $110.00 NASW and CAMFT Members & AUSB Alumni: $90.00 Students: $70.00 (Cost Includes Snacks and 3 CEU’s) Limited Space Available!

RSVP:

Link located under each Seminar

Payment Method:

Pre-register to guarantee your space with Visa, MasterCard, or Amex when you register online. At the door (if space is available) Cash or Check payable to: NASW Santa Barbara

navigating the dsm-v: there is life after the dsm-iv tr

Saturday, October 12, 2013 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Presenter: Albert Munoz Flores, PsyD This seminar will provide training for the mental health professional to navigate the new DSM-V. The history of the development of the DSM-V will be discussed, along with the resistance that the new version initially received upon its release. To register, CLICK HERE

the power of compassionate self-inquiry: a unique clinical approach to addiction Saturday, November 2, 2013 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Presenter: Stuart S. Light, MA, MEd, LMFT This seminar will help therapists understand the profound value and power of helping those with addictions begin a process of self-inquiry that draws on curiosity and self-love rather than condemnation and self-hatred. To register, CLICK HERE

returning home: treating veterans and their families

Saturday, January 25, 2014 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Presenter: Kim Evans, LMFT Participants will receive a brief overview of the military culture, issues arising from combat, who is a “Veteran”, current treatments for Combat Stress, PTSD, and TBI, and a frank discussion on military suicide and sexual assault. To register, CLICK HERE

pacing the work with trauma: assessing activation and resiliency in the therapeutic process

Saturday, February 22, 2014 9:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m. Presenter: Craig Penner, LMFT This workshop will focus on the assessment of trauma, and ways to observe and cultivate a client’s resiliency as a crucial factor in the resolution process. To Register, CLICK HERE

the road not taken: mining nostalgia for the riches of mid-life

Saturday, May 3, 2014 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. Presenter: Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD, LCSW This seminar discusses the ways in which nostalgia can serve as a resource for inspir-ing creativity and cultivating life satisfaction in the second half of life. Practitioners will gain tools to help clients access latent dreams, goals, and aspirations associated with nostalgia to cultivate creativity, meaningful productivity, while increas-ing life satisfaction. To Register, CLICK HERE This series is co-sponsored by: Antioch University Santa Barbara, Master’s in Clinical Psychology Program & National Association of Social Workers, Santa Barbara, CA Chapter

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The learning doesn’t stop now, but through our community, through our commitments, we will continue to persevere and contribute to the community as servants and warriors. Look next to you, it is together that we will continue to commit and promote justice in our lives, justice

in our environment, justice in our society. Let’s

go now, my friends into our beautiful horizon! Brandon Maynard Commencement Address Class of 2013

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Macp newsletter Fall 2013