Saybrook Insights

Saybrook Insights – Episode 1: Beauty and the Hero’s Journey in the Age of COVID-19

Dr. Drake Spaeth and Dr. Marina Smirnova provide key insights on how we can cope and use this time during the COVID-19 crisis to connect with others. 
Kelly Wadsworth

Asking the hard questions

Alumna Kelly Wadsworth, Ph.D., had to find her own way after coming home from war. Now she helps others find their way back too.

Course Spotlight: Eco-psychology

This relatively new area of focus within psychology explores human nature and the human capacity to influence the environmental crisis.
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How to become a licensed counselor through an online program

The path to becoming a licensed counselor doesn’t have to take place inside of a classroom. It can happen online in any setting that works best for you.
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Meet Natalie Krivas, M.Ed., CPP

In the second year of her doctoral program, Krivas is on a mission to create change in her community, in the nation, and in the world.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
tweaking education

Tweaking the educational system to benefit the greater world

Student Natalie Krivas, M.Ed., CPP, sees a way forward for education in America and beyond, based on her experiences and knowledge.

Saybrook University challenges what institutional education looks like

As a leader in systemic change, we talked to Saybrook friends about the way Saybrook community and the way it challenges the mainstream.

From cooking to counseling

In a switch from career to calling, R. Paul Johnson is increasing the quality of life for both his clients and himself.

Remembering Carrie Mangels Phelps

The mind-body medicine field has lost a pioneer and the Saybrook community has lost a friend, with the passing of Carrie Phelps.