Author: Nathan Long

Feldenkrais research journal returns

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  Saybrook University Mind-Body Medicine student and Feldenkrais Method practitioner revives a critical venue for scholarly discourse. By Cliff Smyth, M.S., Ph.D. Student What is the Feldenkrais Method of Somatic Education? Israeli physicist Moshe Feldenkrais once wrote: “Movement is life. Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality… Read more »

Envisioning transformative social change

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How Saybrook University scholar-activists can bring about positive social change visions, strategies, and solutions for the world. By Joel Federman, Ph.D.  We are living in a time of transformative social change. Around the world, people are becoming aware and connected in very different ways than ever before. We have increased access to information about the… Read more »

Charles Cannady, Professor of Psychology, has passed away

Charles Cannady Saybrook University is sad to report the passing of faculty member Charles Cannady, PhD. He died peacefully Friday morning, surrounded by family and friends, of complications from a long fight with cancer. A gifted scholar who worked across several schools at Saybrook, Charles was a founding faculty member of our MFT program, a… Read more »

Eugene Taylor, Professor of Psychology, has passed away

Eugene Taylor Saybrook University, with deep sadness, is announcing today the death of Dr. Eugene Taylor, a noted scholar and 20-year member of our executive faculty. “We are sorry to see Eugene go,” said Mark Schulman, President of Saybrook University, “He was a scholar and a teacher respected by all with whom he came in… Read more »